Friday, June 18, 2010
2010 Dutch Government Coalition Talks Moving Towards Left
Dutch right wing parties have failed to form a coalition, leaving the possibility of purple coalition between Labour, the VVD, the Green Left and the social liberals of D66. A purple coalition would support pro-immigration policies and a more united, democratic Dutch society.
In a recent FDA audit on the 2010 Dutch immigration policies, the Greenleft and Labour Party both had more than satisfactory immigration policies. Though the Party for Freedom and Democracy had a barely satisfactory immigration policy. The Social Liberals who were not part of the audit, have a pro-immigration policy.
2010 FDA Dutch Immigration Audit
Dutch Ring Wing Coalition Abandoned