Exit polls: far-right Wilders wins

Exit polls: far-right Wilders wins

According to exit polls in the Netherlands, where voting ended at 23:00 GMT, the Freedom Party (PVV), led by the far-right Geert Wilders, took first place by winning 35 of the 150 seats of parliament and ran for election under the leadership of former Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans, the Labor Party (PvdA) and the Green Left (Groen Links), who allied themselves, took second place with 25 seats.

The People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), led by Dilan Yeşilgöz-Zegerius, which lost 10 seats compared to the previous elections, fell to third place with 24 seats.

The New Social Contract Party (NSC), led by Pieter Omzigt, elected by the Christian Democratic Union (CDA) in the 2021 elections and subsequently abandoned and founded a new party, participated in the elections for the first time and came in fourth place. with 20 seats.

Compared to the previous election, among the coalition parties, the Democrats 66 (D66) decreased from 24 to 10 seats, the CDA decreased from 15 to 5 seats, and the Christian Union Party (CU) decreased from 5 to 3 seats.

The number of deputies of the Denk Party, whose members are mostly Turks and other Muslims, remained unchanged compared to the previous elections and became 3.

ANTI-IMMIGRATION IN THE FIRST DECLARATION

In his first statement, Wilders said: “Voters said what they wanted to say. ‘Asylum Tami’ and we will block immigrants. “We will be the Netherlands again,” he said. Referring to the coalition, Wilders said: “Now is the time for the parties to reach an agreement.”

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FORMING A GOVERNMENT CAN TAKE MONTHS

The official results will be announced at the earliest 8 days after the election date.

Once the results are made official, negotiations to form a government will begin. It is claimed that the process in which the party with the most seats in parliament will propose to other parties to form a government can take days, weeks or even months. Previously, the country’s government was established in 229 days after the 2021 elections, this process took 225 days in 2017, 208 days in 1977 and 54 days in 2012.

In the country, which has been consistently governed by coalition governments in recent years, a party must receive the support of at least 76 of parliament’s 150 deputies to form a government.

HE SAID: “THE TURKS WHO VOTED FOR ERDOĞAN SHOULD BE SENT TO TURKEY”

Far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders often comes to light with his statements towards AKP President and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Wilders criticized both President Erdoğan and those who supported Erdoğan after the elections held in Turkey this year. Wilders told those who voted for Erdoğan and live in the Netherlands: “I hope that all Turks who voted for the Islamofascist Erdoğan in the Netherlands will now pack their bags and move to Turkey. Goodbye!” he said. (AGENCIES)

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Source: Sozcu

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