The Right is on the rise in Belgium. At first only in Flanders, but now also in the south of the country. The ultra-nationalist Front National de Belgique (Belgian National Front) can easily obtain 5 or 10% of the votes in the French-speaking part of Belgium (I refer here to the mother tongue). The party is won for a Belgian national unity. Some of its members are also explicitly against globalisation. The active defenders of right-wing liberalism and catholicism are even more successful. Taken together, all these parts of the Right in the French-speaking part of Belgium are not only won for a Belgian national unity, they also have the support of a French-speaking electoral majority.
The symbol of the Front National de Belgique : flames in the national colours of Belgium