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From the historical point of view, constitutional reform in Belgium has come as a result of two divergent political movements. Since the end of the 19th century, the Flemish Movement ("Vlaamse Beweging") has aspired to cultural and linguistic emancipation in a country where public life is dominated by the French language. Subsequently, but essentially since 1960, another movement grew up as Wallonia strove for greater autonomy, especially in the economic domain.

This arrangement has led to some territorial overlapping: the bilingual Brussels-Capital region, for example, has become a Region in its own right, but the Flemish Community and French Community also have some authority there; the German-speaking region is essentially run by the Walloon Region for local issues, but also by the German-speaking Community with respect to cultural affairs. Belgium has thus evolved from a unitary, decentralised state into a fully federal state.