Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel announced his resignation to parliament on Tuesday.
Michel made the announcement after the Social Democrats, along with the Greens, submitted a motion of no confidence.
His government has been teetering ever since the right-wing N-VA party left the coalition a week and a half ago to protest Belgium’s decision to endorse a non-binding UN global migration compact.
Left with a minority government, Michel rejected the idea of early elections. Belgium’s national elections are slated for May 2019.