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July 2, 2022

Dutch agree coalition with anti-Islam party support

Two Dutch parties agreed on Tuesday to form a coalition, with support from a far-right party whose leader is on trial for inciting hatred against Muslims, and its main task will be to implement austerity measures. The parliamentary leaders of the VVD Liberal Party and CDA Christian Democrats reached agreement to form a minority government, the first in the Netherlands since 1939, with support in parliament from the anti-Islam PVV Freedom Party.

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