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Rutte’s Dutch Government Has Collapsed:
Here Is What’s Next

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Posted By: FlyRight, 7/10/2023 5:45:59 AM

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s government abruptly collapsed on Friday amid infighting over migration policy. Rutte, who’s led the Netherlands since 2010, effectively brought his fourth administration to an end after he gave his coalition partners an ultimatum to limit the right to family reunions for refugees from war zones. The coalition partners — Rutte’s VVD, the Christian Democrats, progressive D66 and the smaller Christian Union — had been in talks over asylum policy for weeks. Though they were close to a deal, the conflict escalated Wednesday when Rutte abruptly introduced non-negotiable demands. The troubles snowballed from there.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Venturer 7/10/2023 7:11:27 AM (No. 1509556)
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