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Wilders will not be prime minister

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Submitted by myth (Germany), Jun 10, 2010 at 05:50

http://www.nrc.nl/international/election2010/article2561211.ece/The_Netherlands_shifts_to_the_right

From yesterday's elections Wilders' PVV doubled their seats and as the article quote is "ready to govern". However he will not be prime minister for, no matter what the government will be, his party is but the third largest. His party gathered on election day in Scheveningen/The Hague on the pier into the sea. I consider this choice of location a result of security considerations.

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