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Belgium's seven-party coalition government sworn in after nearly 500 days of negotiations

The country has been without an elected government since December 2018.

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    The only way it could have been worse is having a socialist prime minister. The "liberals" in this country aren't liberal. We should have had new elections. They promised us new elections. They really aren't going to like what happens next in Flanders.

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    PerceptionDeception

    Voted in or purchased ?

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    😐… it is Fireman Sam

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    M. SERDAR SARITAŞ

    Adil bir parti olurlar ⚖️

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    The fact that Walloons and Flemish don't speak the same language, have different news, different economical situations and different governments make it a very difficult process.
    They'll have to do a big reform in the country if they want to move forward. Become re-federalized and be able to vote for all parties regardless of area or become a confederacy.

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    ANDY VAN KERKHOVE

    Ridiculous.. belgium

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    ANDY VAN KERKHOVE

    The south votes green and left and let the north pay for it… ridiculous

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    Kyriacos Hajisavva

    Somethint unelated to the point of this video but quite revealing for a citizen of Southern Europe is the revelation that Belgians are striving to achieve 1500 euro minimum pension, when in Cyprus this amount is a pathetic 350 euro. Granted, cost of living is 50% higher in Belgium but still, with pension in Cyprus being less than a quarter it makes life at the lower tiers of society a real struggle

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