The Constitution may not be wholly or partially suspended.
From the day on which the Constitution becomes enforceable, all laws, decrees, rulings, rules and other acts are annulled.
Constitutional texts are established in French, in Dutch, and in German.
No law, decree, or general administrative ruling, whether provincial or communal, may take effect until having been published in the manner
described by law.
All foreigners on Belgian soil benefit from that protection provided to persons and property, save for those exceptions provided for by law.
No oath may be imposed other than by sole virtue of a law. The latter determines wording.
The Belgian Nation adopts red, yellow, and black colours, while the coat of arms depicts the Lion of Belgium with the motto: UNION MAKES STRENGTH.
The city of Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the headquarters of the Federal Government.