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Belgische Unie - Union Belge (Political party, Belgium)

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Flag of B.U.B. - Image by Arnaud Leroy, 13 November 2004

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Presentation of Belgische Unie - Union Belge

Belgische Unie - Union Belge (B.U.B.) is a Belgian political party founded by Hans van de Cauter in 2002. One of the aims of the party is to preserve the unity of Belgium, therefore its bilingual name. Remember that most parties in Belgium are monolingual.
The B.U.B. took part in the general elections on 18 May 2003 and got some 10,000 votes, that is 0.15%, far below the 5% threshold required to be represented in the Parliament. The party was not more successful in recent local elections.

Ivan Sache, 13 November 2004

Flag of Belgische Unie - Union Belge

The website of the party shows a logotype that could also be used as a flag. It is made of the European Union flag with the letters B.U.B. in black, yellow and red, respectively, recalling the Belgian national flag, placed inside the ring of stars and the name of the party in Dutch above the acronym and in French below it.

Ivan Sache, 13 November 2004