brussels - The Belgian Prince Laurent has declared for thousands on private costs when submitting its annual report on the allowance he receives from the Belgian state. The prince would include groceries, a skiing and school have declared for his children as business expenses.
The prince get annually thick 300,000. One part is wages, the rest is meant to cover expenses. With that second part Laurent does not take it so closely, writes the Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsbad Saturday. The Court in Belgium has a ' devastating ' report drawn up on the declarations. It is " a ", explosive dossier put political sources Het Nieuwsblad.
The newspaper relies on sources close to the Belgian government. It was the first time that members of the Belgian royal family had to submit an annual report.
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