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SunSt0rm
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« on: March 17, 2022, 05:27:33 PM »
« edited: March 17, 2022, 05:30:38 PM by SunSt0rm »

Amsterdam is a nice symbolic win for the PvdA, but the results of the PvdA outside of Amsterdam weren't great. Though, there is a still potential for the PvdA if they get it the right way again as the European Election of 2019 showed.




Overall, the local election didn't really create real winners of losers for the national parties, and the low turnout is very concerning

- Local parties were the winners of the election and will dominate the local administration especially outside the big cities

- Government perspective: VVD lost, but are still largest national party. CDA lost, but losses are less than expected, though the prospect of the BBB next year for the provincial election is concerning. D66 stablized, but results are quite far off from 2021 and is not largest party anymore in any big city. CU not great either, lost their sole representative in Amsterdam.

- Opposition: PvdA won Amsterdam, but didn't improve outside of Amsterdam. GL made some nice wins in some cities, but overal vote decreased little. SP may be the largest loser this election continuiing their losses streak even further. PVV also had bad results. PvdD may the biggest winner of the national parties, winning almost everywhere they particpate. And SGP is benefitting from low turnout.

- New parties: Volt unimpressive results caused by the Gundogan-affair. No breakthrough at any place for FvD, they continue to be a frings party. And Bij1 getting quite great results from Amsterdam and Rotterdam. BVNL getting some very nice results from Friesland, but most of these places were uncontested by PVV, FvD, JA21 and BBB.
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SunSt0rm
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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2023, 12:00:36 PM »

Omzigt just informed that he is currently not ready to negotiate with PVV yet. He states that The PVV's election manifesto contains positions that are contrary to the Constitution. The NSC leader has proposed appointing an informant who will look along the lines of content of the big issues
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