Dutch party leaders clash in heated TV debate Netherlands The campaign enters its final days.
The country’s six main party leaders faced off in Rotterdam on Monday night, with a poll showing the Green Left/Labor party led by Frans Timmermans taking 27 of a total of 150 seats seats, alongside the party that has led the past four governments – Labour. People’s Liberal Democratic Party (VVD) Dylan Yesilgoz-Zeglius.
The poll also showed the anti-Islam Party for Freedom, led by Geert Wilders, which has been campaigning, gaining six seats to 26 seats. distrust of government and a “stop” of immigration.Support for centre-right backbenchers Peter Omtzgert His new Social Contract party dropped four seats to 21 – although after the poll Omzhit said he would be the prime ministerial candidate, an uncertainty that has unsettled voters.
During the debate, six main party leaders, including Caroline van der Plas of the Farmers’ Citizens Movement and Rob Jetton, leader of the Liberal Democrats D66, interrupted each other except real estate crisis.
The temperamental scenes came as polls showed that a survey last week showed that Shows the rise of the far-right Liberal Party – may also have inspired progressive votes towards the Green Left/Labour.
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Sarah de LangePolitical scientists at the University of Amsterdam pointed out that even in the final pre-election poll, 63% of respondents were not fully decided.
The following is from Netherlands Today, the country is preparing for tomorrow’s elections.
‘Good governance is our absolute priority,’ New Social Contract candidate Peter Omtzgert political parties said in last-minute appeals to voters.
According to the latest poll, the Klingendaal Institute’s Rem Kortwig Outline two possible alliances:
Alliance 1: PVV-VVD-NSC.
Alliance 2: VVD-NSC-GL/PvdA (possibly plus a small party).
The question is whether Wilders is excluded, an issue that has dogged Dutch politics for 13 years.
far right democratic forum leader Thierry Baude explain Today he is fine and continues his campaign. Yesterday he was hit with a beer bottle.
The far-right Freedom Party (PVV) will win 28 seats, according to the latest pre-election poll from I&O Research.
According to the poll, the People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the Green Labor Alliance (GL/PvdA) have 27 seats each report.
Due to the margin of error, the three parties were considered a tie.
The New Social Contract Party (NSC) holds 21 seats.
D66 Leader Rob Jetton Criticizing VVD candidates Dylan Yesilgoz-Zegliusposition Geert Wilders.
“People see through this,” he said.
Earlier, Yesilgoz-Zeglius said she was ready to discuss forming a coalition with Wilders if the VVD was the largest party.
far right politician Geert Wilders Excited about the latest poll and telling supporters to make it a reality tomorrow.
Chairman of the People’s Liberal Democratic Party (VVD), Dylan Yesilgoz-Zeglius If the far-right Freedom Party (PVV) is elected as the largest party, it is ruled out joining the government.
new prime minister leadership Mark RutteOn Tuesday morning, the party told NPO Radio 1 that she would not be taking part in the vote by Geert Wilders.
“First of all, I don’t think Wilders will be first,” she said.
I think the Dutch are looking for a national leader who can connect people, keep things together, serve all the Dutch people, and also be able to lead our country internationally… And I don’t think Wilder will form a majority. If I couldn’t see that happening, I wouldn’t do it. It would do the country no good to have Welles as Prime Minister.
Nonetheless, Yesilgoz-Zegelius said she was ready to discuss forming a coalition with Wilders if she were the largest party, “but it is clear that there is a gap between the VVD and Timmermans.” A huge difference” [of GreenLeft/Labour] And VVD and Wilders”.
A minor has been arrested Suspect he attacked Thierry Baude Yesterday, the NRC quoted the ANP news agency as reporting.
Bode, the leader of the far-right Forum for Democracy, was hit in the head with a beer bottle.
Dutch voters will vote tomorrow in snap parliamentary elections after the general election July crash The outgoing coalition government is led by Mark Rutte, the EU’s second-longest-serving leader after Hungary’s Viktor Orbán.
this savvy liberal conservativeHe has failed to overcome “irreconcilable differences” in his fragile four-party coalition over immigration policy, a fixture at EU summits since 2010, and Resignation announced shortly after He is abandoning national politics.
The departure of one of the great survivors of Dutch politics means that, for the first time in more than 13 years and four different coalition governments, Netherlands There will be a new leader, but who it will be, it’s hard to say.
The four parties – the People’s Liberal Democratic Party (VVD) led by Rutte, the Green Labor Alliance (GL/PvdA), the anti-Islamic Freedom Party (PVV) led by Geert Wilders and the new party New Social Contract (NSC) are formed by A popular former Christian Democratic lawmaker leads— Fight for the lead in the polls.
However, no single country appears to be able to win more than 20% of the vote, and, as ever, the next Dutch government – always an influential player in the EU and on the international stage – will only be able to win a coalition in a coalition that is likely to last for months. It comes after negotiations.
Green Left/Labor Candidate, Frans Timmermansis proving that the left will ensure trust is restored.
If the left becomes the largest party, we will show everyone that we are making the Netherlands more honest. In this way, we can ensure that the trust in each other is reciprocated.
far right politician Geert Wilders Responding to an advert by D66 which promoted it as “the smartest vote for Wilders”.
“D66 spent a lot of money to have my name on the front page of Volksmablatt today,” Wilders wrote.