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Ex-mayor of Brussels City Yvan Mayeur was entitled to a severance payment of 294,000 euros if the federal parliament, and has also collected on top of his salary as mayor. Everything he gathered together more than 26,000 euro gross monthly salary, as learned Time .
Mayeur was from 1999 to 2014 in the House of Representatives. After his departure, he could use the old severance pay two months of severance pay for each year he served in parliament. Today that compensation limited to 24 months, but Mayeur could thus get more.
In total, approximately 294,000 euros gross compensation, a small 10,000 euros per month. He got that amount between June 2014 and November 2016. He received the allowance in addition to his salary as mayor (10,788 euros gross per month), so almost doubled. Time calculated that he, along with compensation for Vivaqua and Samusocial came at a monthly salary of 26 873 euros.
The severance pay cumulated with the salary of mayor is not illegal, but it is controversial. So did former Flemish Parliament President Norbert De Batselier (sp.a) under fire in 2006 when he retained his severance pay, in addition to his salary of his new job with the National Bank.