Belgian doctors set up a ''corridor of shame'' for the Prime Minister
The staff of a hospital in Belgium set up a so-called “corridor of shame” for the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Sophie Wilmes. The protest was on video.
The incident took place on 17 May at the Hospital Saint-Pierre, where Wilmes came to visit a medical institution and talk to medics. Waiting for the Prime Minister, some 100 staff members, from administrative staff to janitors, lined up on both sides of the access road and, as the motorcade approached, turned their backs alternately to the car in which Wilmes was driving.
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