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Une confédération belge : Solution institutionnelle équitable pour la Flandre, la Wallonie et Bruxelles

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  • Michel Quevit

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By the law of the 8 August 1980 concerning the institutional reform of the state, the Belgian political system is becoming a federalistic country. Nevertheless, after three years of implementation, most of political scientists state that these constitutional reform is incomplete and inadequate to solve functionally the economical, political and cultural complexities of the relationships between Flanders, W allonia and Brussels. A confederation based on three components equally autonomous by preserving economic integration and monetary unity could be a better framework to establish equitable relationships between the three regional components of the belgian political structure. These proposal of creating a Belgian confederation presents specific adaptations in allocation tasks, functions and competences that are the results of historical factors
and cultural caracteristics of the Belgian community.

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Quevit, M., (1984) “Une confédération belge : Solution institutionnelle équitable pour la Flandre, la Wallonie et Bruxelles”, Res Publica 26(3), p.351-362. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/rp.v26i3.19264

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29 Sep 1984
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