L'apparentement aux élections législatives : Théorie et pratique



Belgian electoral law clearly and explicitly describes a procedure (known as «connecting») by which proportional representation is refined through (voluntary) grouping of lists from different districts of the same province. However, the actual practice of provincial electoral boards diverges from legal prescriptions to the extent that about 10 % of the seats at the House of Representatives are mis-occupied, though there is absolutely nothing that could impede a strict application of the law.


How to Cite: Breny, H. (1982) “L'apparentement aux élections législatives : Théorie et pratique”, Res Publica. 24(1). doi: