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Date created: Sun, Oct 17, 2021 4:18 PM
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- This would appear to be the most logical outcome of any Belgian separation – at first, anyway: and independent Flanders, an equally independent Wallonia, and Brussels as an independent entity, possibly as a kind of European equivalent to Washington’s DC status, and possibly with institutional links to Wallonia (and, less likely, to Flanders).
What would happen to Belgium if it was partitioned?
- The German-speaking Belgians now have a parliament and a government with four ministers and a minister-president. Four theoretical scenarios are usually considered in the event that a partition of Belgium would occur: remaining with Wallonia, sovereign statehood, reattachment to Germany, or attachment to Luxembourg.
Will Belgium split into two countries in the future?
- Before Belgium was created there were two empires Flanders (netherlands) and Wallonia (France). Technically Belgium is practically split with French people living one side and the Dutch on the other. So yes the chances of Belgium splitting is there within the next 30–40 years.
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