The Belgians in a parliamentary election, voted for a Government that could possibly shift towards division of the country and this would help to restrain the third-highest debit ratio in Europe.
Supporting the steady closure of Belgium, The Flemish separatist N-Vad, is estimated to be the principal party in Dutch-speaking Flanders and probably the Country.
De Morgen, the Dutch-language newspaper said “The ballot box question is not whether but by how much the N-VA will win”.
Though N-VA Leader, Bart De Wever has come to be victorious, but it is expected that he would not be able to start transferring powers to the regions immediately.
The electoral system, successfully conducting two elections with split parties in quest of votes from French-speakers and the majority Dutch-speakers, would mean that at least four parties will be required to form a governing federation.
De Wever said that he had no objections with the socialist leader Elio Di Rupo becoming Prime Minister for the first time in 36 years, provided it delivers better sovereignty for Flanders.
The Analysts now draw contrast between De Wever and Yves Leterme, the Christian Democrat who won the 2007 election on a vow to win more supremacy for Flanders.
Leterme took almost nine months to structure his five-party Government and he gave his resignation three times in as many years. He lastly fell after a disagreement between Dutch- and French-speakers over the esoteric, but sensitive issue, of the electoral limitations around Brussels.
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