7 thoughts on “Dutch elections, no new government yet

  1. Ministers push for €6bn cuts

    NETHERLANDS: The centrist government faced a sceptical Parliament today as it tried to justify €6 billion (£5bn) cuts for 2014 – around 2.5 per cent of the budget.

    A previous round of spending cuts and tax rises this year sent the economy into a deep recession.

    Most voters oppose further cuts.

    Unions say more cuts would jeopardise an accord with employers and the government that has so far kept strikes to a minimum.



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