On Monday 13, the four parties planning to prolong their current alliance and form a new government in the Netherlands have completed their agreement. The right wing VVD, D66, CDA and ChristenUnie have composed a 40 to 50 page document outlining their plans for the coming years, which will be introduced to parliament on Wednesday 15.
‘It is a good deal,’ the prime minister and VVD leader Mark Rutte said.
The Coalition deal comes 271 days after the general election and 11 months after the cabinet resigned over the childcare benefit scandal that occurred in January.
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