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Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Cabinet formation talks between Anti-Islamic VVD and PVV continue on Tuesday

Talks on forming a coalition between the VVD Liberal party and anti-Islam PVV will continue on Tuesday,  but the Christian Democrats will remain on the sidelines until Wednesday at least, the Telegraaf reports.

Uri Rosenthal, the man charged by queen Beatrix with putting a coalition together met the leaders of all 10 parties represented in parliament for talks on Monday. As a first option, he is focusing on a right-wing coalition made up of the VVD, PVV and CDA.

New CDA leader Maxime Verhagen told reporters after his talks with Rosenthal the CDA will continue to wait on the sidelines. Only when the VVD and PVV have managed to bridge the major gaps between them will it be time for the CDA to join in, Verhagen said.

The VVD Liberals won the most seats in last Wednesday's general election but the PVV, which wants an end to immigration from Muslim countries and a tax on the wearing of Islamic headscarves, booked the biggest increase in seats. The CDA lost almost half it seats in the 150-seat lower house of parliament.

VVD leader Mark Rutte said after his meeting with Rosenthal that there are 'complicated aspects' to a coalition with the PVV but that it is 'not impossible'.

PVV leader Geert Wilders, who dropped his opposition to an increase in the state pension before the negotiations even began, again emphasised that the PVV is stable and 'you can do good business with us'. A coalition with the PVV will deliver 'something fantastic', he said.

Nevetheless, a number of promiment Liberal and CDA members have spoken out against a cabinet with the PVV, whose leader faces court proceedings for racial and religious discrimination.

Meanwhile, Alexander Pechtold, leader of the Liberal democratic party D66, called on the VVD not to join forces with Wilders.He accused the PVV leader of developing a policy of 'violence and discrimination against a large group of people' in the Netherlands over the past five years.

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