Parliamentary elections in the Netherlands
On September 12, the Netherlands held parliamentary elections, a victory which was won by the liberals from the people’s party for freedom and democracy.» According to preliminary data, they will be presented in the 150-seat Parliament, 41 deputies. Second place went to the «labour Party», which will get in the Parliament with 39 seats. The far-right freedom Party» of Geert Wilders (Geert Wilders), previously represented by 24 deputies in the new Parliament would receive only 15 seats. Also worsened their position «Christian democratic Party», which will be represented by 13 MPs instead of 21.