Solution:'Community government' is elected by people belonging to one language community.
There is a third type of government in addition to the Central and State governments. This 'community government' is elected by people who speak a single language - Dutch, French, or German - regardless of where they live. This government has authority over cultural, educational, and linguistic problems. The Belgian model may appear confusing to you. It is, undoubtedly, extremely difficult, even for Belgians. However, these agreements have shown to be effective thus far. They aided in avoiding civil unrest between the two major communities and a possible linguistic partition of the country. When numerous European countries joined together to form the European Union, Brussels was chosen as its headquarters.