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Far-right won the Dutch parliamentary elections, but they will not govern

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Geert Wilders (anti-European, pro-Trump, pro-Viktor Orban), the leader of PVV (Party for Freedom) obtained 37 seats out of 150 in the Parliament. However, to govern, they need 76+ seats and therefore need to form coalitions with other parties. The others have already refused to work with them. 

  • Green and Labor Alliance (led by Frans Timmermans) came in second with 25 seats, and Liberal Party (VVD) led by Dilan Yesilgöz, got third place with 24 seats. A potential Green, Labor, and Liberal Alliance is possible, but they still need the support of several small parties. 
Narcis George Matache
Narcis George Matachehttp://www.narcis.dk
Executive Editor and Founder of "Last Week in Denmark".

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