Belgium has sunk into political chaos. Following the parliamentary elections six months ago, all attempts to build a new government have failed. The country is divided into two camps that oppose each other, apparently irreconcilably: the socialists, who won the most votes in Wallonia, the French-speaking southern region of the country, and the nationalist conservatives in Flanders, the wealthier Dutch-speaking northern region. In an interview that has caused a scandal in his country, Flemish nationalist Bart De Wever, head of the country’s largest party, explains why the nation has “no future.”
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