Three weeks before parliamentary elections in the Netherlands far-right freedom Party (PVV) of Geert Wilders loses the vote. If the results of the previous poll, the PVV can count on 35 seats in Parliament now, that is from 24 to 28 seats, according to Politico.

Against this background, the support of the party of the Prime Minister Mark Rutte VVD in recent weeks has remained relatively stable. The party can currently claim from 23 to 27 seats in the lower house of Parliament (total seats 150).

Parliamentary elections in the Netherlands will take place on March 15.

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Right-wing forces in the Netherlands are losing support before elections 22.02.2017

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