Wake up service 7/7: Weekly figures for corona infections • Request for challenge Virus madness


Are you going on the road today? Here you will find the overview of the activities. Check here the timetable for the track.

What can you expect today?

  • At the beginning of the afternoon it will become clear whether the judge will be replaced in summary proceedings by the Virus Madness Against the State action group. Virus madness revenged the judge two weeks ago for being biased. The action group demands that the one-and-a-half-meter society be abolished and that the corona powder law that the cabinet is working on be not introduced.
  • RIVM is publishing weekly figures on corona infections for the first time. Since July 1, those figures are no longer published every day.
  • In the court in The Hague, the case is against a 39-year-old man from Sneek who threatened to attack the Binnenhof in early February. He yelled at the troops present that he wanted to carry out an attack. When they detained him, the man turned out to have two meat knives in his backpack. According to his lawyer, the man had a psychosis because he stopped taking his medicines.

What did you miss?

The Tax and Customs Administration employs tens of thousands of people labeled as a fraud with their income tax return. According to RTL Nieuws and Trouw, the department started fraud investigations if, for example, there were certain deductions, high healthcare costs or gifts. An investigation was also launched among citizens whose tax advisers were seen by the tax authorities as a ‘facilitator’ of fraud.

The fraud investigations are said to have started in 2012 under the code name ‘project 1043’. According to RTL and Trouw, citizens themselves had to demonstrate their innocence and some had been at odds with the tax authorities for years.

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