The last hurdle has been cleared, and it seems the new Dutch government is about to be installed. Our Flemish correspondent VH sends this brief translated excerpt from Elsevier:
Nothing remains in the way of a Rutte I government
CDA MPs Ferrier and Koppejan today accepted the coalition and its supporting agreement, and as a result the CDA parliamentary fraction has now unanimously agreed. The two ‘former’ dissidents made it known that they would vote against proposals ‘in which the equality of people is not guaranteed’.
Wilders has no problems with the critical stance of the CDA politicians. “They’d better do so. That’s what they think; they are royally paid to do so as parliamentarians.”