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Beyond linguistic and party homogeneity: Determinants of Belgian MPs’ preferences on federalism and state reform

Bibliographic reference Dodeigne, Jérémy ; Gramme, Pierre ; Reuchamps, Min ; Sinardet, Dave. Beyond linguistic and party homogeneity: Determinants of Belgian MPs’ preferences on federalism and state reform. In: Party Politics: the international journal for the study of political parties and political organizations, p. 1-35 (2015)
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