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Coordinated Constitution of the Kingdom of Belgium: February 17, 1994 (as Amended to January 31, 2014) (Belgium [be])

Coordinated Constitution of the Kingdom of Belgium: February 17, 1994 (as Amended to January 31, 2014) (Belgium [be])

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Belgium is a federal State composed of Communities and Regions. Belgium comprises three Communities: the French Community, the Flemish Community, and the German-speaking Community. Belgium comprises three Regions: the Walloon Region, the Flemish Region, and the Brussels Region. Belgium comprises four linguistic regions: the French-speaking region, the Dutch-speaking region, the bilingual region of Brussels-Capital, and the German-speaking region. Each municipality in the Kingdom forms part of one of these linguistic regions. The boundaries of the four linguistic...
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