Who is Christophe Deborsu?
Christophe comes from a family of teachers, so it's no coincidence that he is a born storyteller. He was born in Namen, which is one of the two Walloon provinces without a shared boundary with Flanders. Perhaps that is why he went to Study law in Leuven, in Flemish. Although this required a lot of perseverance, Christophe's heart now beats for Wallonia as well as Flanders. So is there anyone better placed to offer an insight into the soul of his Walloon compatriots and take the pulse of his Flemish brothers?
Christophe presents a political talk-show called C'est pas tous les jours dimanche (It's not Sunday every day) on RTL-TVI, which is the Walloon version of De zevende dag (The seventh day) in Flanders. He is also a weekly columnist for Het Belang van Limburg and can regularly be seen on the Flemish public broadcaster, VRT. Christophe is a privileged harbinger of information about Belgium's maze-like political structure. Surprising and enlightening, normally amusing, sometimes cutting-edge in his analyses, always mild in his criticism.