It’s a while ago since I wrote about the political crises in Belgium. The situation has not very much advanced, at least according to my knowledge. Though, some people in favour of an united Belgian kingdom or at least state have made some progress in the fight for public attention. While it seemed for weeks that only the radical elements were given word in the media, the other side is now fighting back, either ironical or seriously.
The serious is a political petition for one country, having three languages (German, French, Flemish) but one soul or so… The campaign is in English which is a bit strange in my point of view but is probably destined to make sure that every inhabitant of the country understands it.
Among the ironical stuff is one I really like which is: Brussels to sell. Actually, if Brussels were not existing, the Wallonians and Flemish would already have figured out how to split up the country, the money and the people. But, Brussels exists and since so far nobody asked les Bruxellois what they think about becoming stateless, they start their own campaign drawing attention towards their very specific situation as Belgian capital, de facto European capital and perhaps soon particular status.
To answer the rather rhetoric title question, we could some up that nobody has found a way out yet but that the whole debate is getting the more interesting the more people it join.