Thanks to C:
A machine translation of part of it is here. Hopefully we can get a human one soon:
Fall of the government: N-VA is out, Michel continues to rule
N-VA chairman Bart De Wever today announced around 21:00 that the Marrakesh pact is and will remain a breaking point for his party. Prime Minister Michel, however, said that he is leaving for Marrakech as planned. In a press conference Michel stated at 22: 45h that the government had fallen. N-VA is out and an orange-blue minority coalition will continue to rule. The N-VA excellence will be replaced.
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23h35: Political scientist Bouteca points out that Belgium already had minority governments, “but it never became a success”
Through BELGA , political scientist Nicolas Bouteca (UGent) illustrates that Belgium never worked well with a minority government. The late Leo Tindemans and the late Gaston Eyskens (both CVP) led minority governments in 1974 and 1958, but they quickly lost out . “In the Scandinavian countries, [and minority cabinets] are more common, but in Belgium it is not in the tradition.”