|2007-2011 Belgian political crisis|
The sixth state reform in the federal kingdom of Belgium is the result after the 2010-2011 Belgian government formation, with 541 days of negotiations the longest ever in Belgium and possibly the world. The agreement was made among the Christian-democratic CD&V and cdH, social-democratic sp.a and PS, liberal Open Vld and MR and ecologist Groen! and Ecolo, each respectively a Flemish and French-speaking party. The first six parties, therefore not including the green parties, then formed the Di Rupo I Government. The Flemish nationalist party New Flemish Alliance, which became the largest after the 2010 elections, is notably not part of the agreement nor of the government coalition.
Brussels and Brussels-Halle-Vilvoorde
Transfer of competences from the federal level to the communities and regions (competences in total worth EUR 17 billion per year)
Reform of the financing law
Changes to the Powers of the Royal Family