brussels - Former mayor of Molenbeek Philippe Moureaux (PS) denies that its policy was too loose, but admits he has made mistakes. He should deal more with the young people in the disputed Brussels municipality, he said Sunday on Belgian television.
Moureaux from 1992 to 2012 mayor of Molenbeek. Earlier this week blamed the Antwerp Mayor Bart De Wever and rector of the Catholic University of Leuven Rik Torfs him laxity of electoral gain.
Moureaux denies. He sees no accountability to the radicalized youth in his church, like the brothers Brahim and Salah Abdeslam, who were involved in the attacks in Paris. According Moureaux is the power of a relatively mayor.
He admits that he has made mistakes. " I have much involved with young people, but not enough. I should have done more. "