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". Mr President, Bart, please accept my apologies, for I am not all that familiar yet with the procedures. I was under the impression that I would listen to all the additional questions first and then respond to them all in one go. But your plea for constitutional regions is, of course, not falling on deaf ears, if I can put it that way. In a previous political life not so long ago, I was, in fact, Minister in the Government of one of those constitutional regions. I therefore identify with your plea entirely. You have also undoubtedly listened carefully to our Prime Minister. You can therefore count on it that I, on my own behalf and on behalf of Belgium, will do my utmost to broach this subject. But there are also fourteen other Member States, and it will therefore be important for the constitutional regions to bring harmony among themselves as well."@en1
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