Constitution of Belgium  

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"The left (Eric Hulsens[1]) and Christendom (Servais Verherstraeten [2]) find each other in their battle against Patrick Dewael's Proeve van Preambule bij de Belgische Grondwet." --Sholem Stein

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The Constitution of Belgium dates back to 1831. Since then Belgium has been a parliamentary monarchy that applies the principles of ministerial responsibility for the government policy and the Trias Politica. The Constitution established Belgium as a centralised unitary state. However, since 1970, through successive state reforms, Belgium has gradually evolved into a federal state.

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