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article imageBelgian Senator suggests no sex until new government is formed

By William Charles Baker     Feb 11, 2011 in World
In an attempt to end the gridlock that followed June's inconclusive elections, a member of the Socialist party in Belgium has come up with an idea to get things moving again.
Marleen Temmerman, a Flemish parliamentarian, has suggested no sexual encounters as a way to end the 242 days without a government. Without an end the current stretch may exceed the old record set by Iraq.Temmerman uses the example set in Kenya in 2009 when women took a chastity vow. Prostitutes were offered financial compensation to withhold their services.
AolNews reports: "The impact has never been scientifically proven, but after just one week there was a stable government."
The suggestion was not the first and included a Belgian entertainer suggesting that men do not shave until the deadlock was resolved.
The DutchDailyNews reports: “Recently one of Belgium's best-known actors, Benoit Poelvoorde, urged his fellow citizens not to shave again until the country finally forms a government.”
The stand still continues in spite of the latest idea.
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