This Essay outlines the dynamics of Belgian plurinational federalism. It focuses on the major driving forces of Belgian federalism by identifying the sources of change and instability, which are reshaping the institutional and constitutional layers of Belgian federalism. It then analyzes the recent Reform of the State before reviewing the indirect and direct sources of change of Belgian constitutional law originating in European law.
Comparative and Foreign Law
- Journal title
Boston College International and Comparative Law Review
- Date submitted
8 September 2022