Concept

Flemish Community

Summary
The Flemish Community (Vlaamse Gemeenschap ˈvlaːmsə ɣəˈmeːnsxɑp; Communauté flamande kɔmynote flamɑ̃d; Flämische Gemeinschaft ˈflɛːmɪʃə ɡəˈmaɪ̯nʃaft) is one of the three institutional communities of Belgium, established by the Belgian constitution and having legal responsibilities only within the precise geographical boundaries of the Dutch-language area and of the bilingual area of Brussels-Capital. Unlike in the French Community of Belgium, the competences of the Flemish Community have been unified with those of the Flemish Region and are exercised by one directly elected Flemish Parliament based in Brussels. History State reforms in Belgium turned the country from a unitary state into a federal one. Cultural communities were the first type of decentralisation in 1970, forming the Dutch, French and German Cultural Community. Later on, in 1980, these became responsible for more cultural matters and were renamed to simply "Community", the Dutch (Cultural) Community also b
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