The Dutch government overrules the interim government of Curaçao, insisting that elections go forward.
Tax cuts, higher defense spending and eco-friendly reforms could be part of the next government’s program.
There are big policy differences between the liberals and the Greens, but those are the parties that won the election.
Should Labor attempt to lure back working-class voters or side with the socially progressive middle class?
Most liberal Democrats and Greens have university degrees. Few Freedom and Socialist Party voters do.
The liberal party’s outgoing health minister is asked to lead the first round of coalition talks in the Netherlands.
Expect months of talks to form a coalition government. For only the second time, the king will not be involved.
Mark Rutte’s liberals are likely to form a coalition government with other mainstream parties in the center.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s liberal party remains the single largest. Geert Wilders underperforms.
The liberal incumbent has framed the election in the Netherlands as a choice between optimism and pessimism.
Mark Rutte’s liberals are ahead in the polls, but his three largest competitors are not far behind.
The Turkish leader makes a lot of noise, but has not followed up on his threat of economic sanctions.