Belgium: an unique evolving federalism
Benoît Bayenet and
Philippe De Bruycker
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Article 1 of the Belgian constitution of 5 May 1993 states that 'Belgium is a Federal State made up of communities and regions'.1 Even though Belgium has become a true federation, its federalism takes a unique style because of the significant characteristics of its institutional structure compared with those of the typical federal state. © International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank 2007. All rights reserved.
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