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Author Topic: Election day in The Netherlands  (Read 1807 times)
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« on: 9 June 2010, 15:24:45 »
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I will keep you guys updated about the elections.
Many polls expect a big win for right winged VVD, and a huge loss for centre left PVDA, ruling party CDA ( christian, centre right) will probably lose votes to.


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Untill now only 38% of all people has voted.

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49% voted, which is 9% less than 3 years ago.

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66% voted, still 9% less than previous elections.

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74% voted.

Results.
3 big winners, VVD (31) PVDA (31) and new comer PVV (22)
CDA has lost 50% of its parliament seats, which is a historicall loss.

It will be a difficult task for the man who has to form the new government.
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« Reply #1 on: 10 June 2010, 17:26:31 »
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quite a change, I guess here in Belgium it will also be a BIG change with LOTS of problems afterwards.... how much will be split between north and south, between federal powers and the flemish and walloon parlements...who will control what?
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