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What does VB stand for?

VB stands for Vlaams Blok (Belgian Political Party)

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81) In fact, even the most extremist right-wing parties, such as the Belgian Vlaams Blok and the Dutch Centre Party '86 (CP'86), (82) do not reject parliamentary democracy per se but rather oppose certain liberal aspects of the current regime, such as principles of equality and openness toward foreigners and immigrants.
Blocher, who founded the SVP or Swiss People's Party in 1971, and his conservatives are playing on this discontent, similar to their counterparts in Belgium (Filip Dcwinter and the Vlaams Blok Flemish National Party) France (Jean-Marie LePen and the National Front) and Austria (Jorg Haider and the Freedom Party).
The far-right Vlaams Blok, which wants Flemish independence, caused shockwaves by winning nearly a fifth of the vote in Flanders and more than 10 percent of the vote nationally.
Dominiek Lootens-Stael, a Flemish MP from the anti-immigration Vlaams Blok party, was pulled from the original Flemish parliament delegation which will visit Holyrood later this week.
But an e-mail sent to several Scottish parliamentarians by another Vlaams Blok politician, Joris Van Hauthem, was critical of the ambassador and the Scottish National Party.