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The Future of Belgian Federalism: An Analysis of Party Preferences

Bibliographic reference Dandoy, Régis ; Matagne, Geoffroy ; Van Wynsberghe, Caroline. The Future of Belgian Federalism: An Analysis of Party Preferences. In: Regional & Federal Studies, Vol. 23, no. 3, p. 331-351
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