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La controverse de la "Culturalisation" ou de la "Régionalisation" des crédits budgétaires

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  • Philippe Quertainmont

Abstract

Since 1971 Belgium has been organized into two cultural communities - Flanders and W allonia - and into three regions - Brussels, Flanders and Wallonia.
Bach community and each region has its own financial means and its own legislative capacity.
In 1975 a strong political controversy arose concerning the limits of the powers of the region vs. those of the community : which was financially responsible for some matters - the region or the community ?
This conflict made the problem of the coexistence of two communities and three regions more sensitive.

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Quertainmont, P., (1977) “La controverse de la "Culturalisation" ou de la "Régionalisation" des crédits budgétaires”, Res Publica 19(4), p.623-643. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/rp.v19i4.19458

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30 Dec 1977
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