The Labor Party leader rallies left-wing parties behind a program to protect workers’ rights.
A guide to the Dutch electoral system, the parties, their leaders and the most important issues.
The center-right prime minister argues that Geert Wilders, the nationalist party leader, has disqualified himself.
The far-left Socialists attempt to distinguish themselves from Labor by ruling out a coalition with the right.
The Dutch prime minister has more faith in his country and its institutions than do Freedom Party voters.
Like Labor leaders before him, Lodewijk Asscher is hailed as a future prime minister. He may not live up to expectations.
Labor makes the Greens appear ungenerous after it had been accused of not supporting left-wing unity.
Labor’s top cabinet minister is expected to challenge Diederik Samsom for the party leadership.
One could cast the Netherlands’ Mark Rutte in the role of Hillary Clinton and Geert Wilders as Donald Trump.