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Forecast for Europe

By Tijs De Geyndt The results of the different parties on the European list are usually in line with the percentages on other levels. Belgium will have 21 MEPs, as in the 2014 elections, their…


Forecast for Brussels

By Tijs De Geyndt The forecast for the regional Brussels elections bring bad news for all parties that currently form a coalition. According to polling PS takes a loss of about 6% in comparison to…


Forecast for Wallonia

By Tijs De Geyndt After several fraud and corruption scandals the once almighty PS is still licking its wounds. Yet at an estimated 24,7% (-7,3%) they still remain the biggest party of Wallonia. The ‘green…


Forecast for Flanders

By Tijs De Geyndt NV-A: At 28% they are by far the largest party; the traditional parties don’t even pass the 15% bracket anymore. This means that NV-A remains ‘incontournable’ (inescapable) to form a government….


Forecast for the Federal Government

By Tijs De Geyndt On the Federal level the Dutch speaking parties and the French speaking parties have to reach a governmental agreement to form a majority coalition. The current government was formed by N-VA…