Turning Tides in Belgium. An Account of a Ten-Year Political Quest
(Filip Rogiers) The Low Countries - 1999, № 7, pp. 65-71
Ever since Belgium came into existence its end has regularly been predicted, mostly by foreign observers. On June 13 1999, after the elections, with the fragmentation of the political landscape and the continuing success of the far right, democracy reached a point of no return. In short: in the nineties Belgium became a totally different country, gradually getting harder to govern.
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