After years of controversy and constant debate, tensions might finally be soothed over Belgium’s largest electoral constituency, Brussels-Halle-Vilvoorde.
On 19 July, Belgian King Albert II will sign a law into effect that would split the district in two. The federal parliament voted on the law by 106 votes to 42 on 13 July.
“Together we bring back confidence to the people and to business,” said Prime Minister Elio di Rupo, praising the decision. “Together we c...
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