Still support from coalition for debate on election results

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Still support from coalition for debate on election results

The House of Representatives is still debating the election results. The coalition still intends to support the request for a debate from GroenLinks leader Jesse Klaver to discuss it in two weeks. The idea is to hold the debate on April 4, sources from The Hague report.

Earlier today, Klaver made a proposal for a debate, but the coalition parties did not like it yet. This much to the frustration of the opposition parties. Klaver then wanted a roll call vote, but that has since disappeared from the agenda. The reason for this is that the coalition has changed its mind.

It is unusual for the House of Representatives to debate the Provincial Council elections. Nevertheless, Klaver wanted that because major shifts have taken place in these elections. BBB has become the largest in every province and is therefore also gaining a powerful position in the Senate. The government parties VVD, D66, CDA and ChristenUnie have suffered major losses.

It is unusual for the House of Representatives to debate the Provincial Council elections. Nevertheless, Klaver wanted that because major shifts have taken place in these elections. (ANP / Fotopersburo Dijkstra bv)

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