Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Saturday, September 24, 2011

No government; no problem

On a theoretical level, how is it possible that a country has no government for over a year? How does the country function? survive?

Belgium edges closer toward new government
Dutch- and French-speaking parties in Belgium have achieved a second breakthrough in as many weeks in the world's longest negotiations to form a new governing coalition.

A record 15 1/2 months after elections were held, the eight parties announced Saturday that they agreed on how the linguistic regions and the bilingual capital Brussels would be funded in futureā€¦

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