If only could reportagemaker Paul Jambers Sunday, may 26 behind closed doors to experience how N-VA and Green responded on the first results of elections. The cameras of Jambers in the Politics just kept turning when the first results were on the green and the yellow partijhoofdkwartier. Paul was also there when the winners and losers their reactions to the result formulated and their speeches for the militants and the national press began to prepare.
Already early in the morning, is Paul Bart De Wever, whose house is besieged by the press. The N-VA president is still pretty quiet. The atmosphere changes when he is with Paul there to Brussels driving and in the car the first results hear very little good to predict for the N-VA. But rarely was The Weaver, his lead struck. The unexpected victory of the Vlaams belang and the loss of his own party will do him no good. As he asks himself if he was president. The Weaver arrives by the way almost first partijhoofdkwartier, only later seep out of one of the great heavyweights of N-VA. After a speech in Brussels, drive The Weaver to his militants in Antwerp and he has a long personal conversation with Paul. At half past 1 at night the next day for The Weaver. Paul Jambers put him together with his wife Veerle for their home in Deurne. Just in time, just as with The Weaver’s big win in 2014 – the dustbins outside.