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De gemeenteraadsverkiezingen van 9 oktober 1994

Analyse van de resultaten

Journal Res Publica, Issue 3-4 1995
Authors Johan Ackaert
Abstract

    The institutional setting of the 1994 local elections was characterized by a by law introduced limitation of campaign expenditures and the increased share (at least 25%) of female candidates. In spite of compulsory voting rules, the turnout decreased with 1,2%. The proportion of blanc or invalid votes increased slightly with 0,3%. The results of the local elections followed the trends drawn by the 1991 general election. This means general losses for the traditional parties and large progress for the extreme right-wing parties. In the Flemish region, the winners were the extreme right-wing Vlaams Blok, the ecologist AGALEV and the VLD liberals. The others parties lost votes. This was particularly the case for the Flemish-nationalist VU, followed by the socialists (SP) and the christian-democrats (CVP). In the Walloons region, all the traditional parties were set back or stagnated. The socialists (PS) suffered the largest decline, but the liberals (PRL) and christian-democrats (PSC) lost voters too. The ecologist ECOLO only kept a modest status quo position. On the other hand, the extreme right-wing parties Front National and Agir realised a breakthrough. In Brussels, we notice the same tendencies, set-backs for the traditional parties and progress for the extreme rightwing parties (of both languages). The ecologists belonged there also to the winning side. Nevertheless, the fragmentation of the local political system should not be dramatized. In general terms, parties supporting the leaving political majorities in the municipalities were no langer electorally favoured. On the contrary, the liberals realized better results in these municipalities where they belonged to the opposition.


Johan Ackaert

H.L. van Traa-Engelman
Article

Legal Aspects of INMARSAT and EUTELSAT Services

Legal Aspects of Commercial Space Activities

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1995
Authors N.M. Poulantzas

N.M. Poulantzas
Article

An Industry Perspectitve on Space-Related IPR

Legal Aspects of Commercial Space Activities

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1995
Authors B.L. Smith

B.L. Smith
Article

The Draft of the International Law Association for a Convention on Space Debris

Legal Issues Arising from Recent Technical Studies Relating to Space Debris

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 2 1995
Authors K.-H. Böckstiegel

K.-H. Böckstiegel
Article

Liability for Damage Caused by Space Debris

Legal Issues Arising from Recent Technical Studies Relating to Space Debris

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 2 1995
Authors G. Catalano Sgrosso

G. Catalano Sgrosso
Article

Space Debris and International Law

Legal Issues Arising from Recent Technical Studies Relating to Space Debris

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 2 1995
Authors S.M. Williams

S.M. Williams
Article

Recent Developments at EUTELSAT

Recent Developments in the Law of Intergovernmental Organizations Dealing with Outer Space Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1995
Authors C. Roisse

C. Roisse
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New Legal Developments

Recent Developments in the Law of Intergovernmental Organizations Dealing with Outer Space Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1995
Authors M. Hosková

M. Hosková
Article

Recent Developments at INMARSAT

Recent Developments in the Law of Intergovernmental Organizations Dealing with Outer Space Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1995
Authors A. Auckenthaler

A. Auckenthaler
Article

Is I.C.A.O. the Model for an International Space Agency?

Recent Developments in the Law of Intergovernmental Organizations Dealing with Outer Space Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1995
Authors C.E.S. Horsford

C.E.S. Horsford
Article

Recent Developments in Eumetsat

Recent Developments in the Law of Intergovernmental Organizations Dealing with Outer Space Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1995
Authors V. Thiem

V. Thiem
Article

Recent Developments in United Nations Activities Relating to Outer Space

Recent Developments in the Law of Intergovernmental Organizations Dealing with Outer Space Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1995
Authors N. Jasentuliyana

N. Jasentuliyana
Article

Privatisation and International Telecommunications Organisations

Recent Developments in the Law of Intergovernmental Organizations Dealing with Outer Space Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1995
Authors F. Lyall

F. Lyall

J. Monserrat Filho
Article

Protocols to the Space Treaty

Other Legal Matters

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 4 1995
Authors M.M. Esquivel de Cocca

M.M. Esquivel de Cocca

H.A. Wassenbergh

F.G. von der Dunk

P.B. Larsen

N. Jasentuliyana
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