Dutch election: What happens next?
The Netherlands' political system requires coalition governments due to the fragmented nature of the parliament. After the election, negotiations begin to form a coalition that can secure at least 76 seats in the 150-seat parliament. This process involves appointing scouts, informateurs, and formateurs to explore possibilities and build a potential cabinet. The formation of a government can take a long time, with the previous government taking 2…
Final day of campaigning for Dutch politicians as election nears – Europe live
The country’s six main party leaders confronted each other in Rotterdam on Monday night in a TV debateHow are the polls shifting in the Dutch election?De Volkskrant has a graph showing seat distribution polling ahead of tomorrow’s election. Continue reading...
The leader of a Dutch far-right party gets assaulted with a beer bottle 2 days before election
The leader of a far-right Dutch populist party was hit on the head with a beer bottle Monday in an attack that took place two days before the Netherlands holds a general election.
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