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Does the Dutch centre-right's success signify a move away from populism? We hear from leading journalist Thijs Niemantsverdriet in the Hague.
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(Photo: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte far-right politician Geert Wilders take part in a meeting at the Dutch Parliament after the election. Credit: Reuters/Yves Herman)
European leaders congratulate the Netherlands Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, after his party won more seats than the anti-EU, anti-immigration party led by Geert Wilders. The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, described it as a "very pro-European result."
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(Photo: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte makes a speech following his victory in the Dutch general election; Credit: Getty Images)
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's centre-right People's Party for Freedom and Democracy looks set to win the most seats in Wednesday's elections, according to the exit polls. Geert Wilder’s anti-Islam Freedom Party is projected to come second.
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(Image: Mark Rutte, Dutch prime minister and leader of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy, casts his vote into a ballot box for the Dutch general election in The Hague, Netherlands, on 15th March 2017. Credit: Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
The Dutch poll is being dominated by Prime Minister Mark Rutte's centre-right party and the party of Geert Wilders who is running on an anti-immigration platform. Other parties have said they won't enter into partnership with Mr Wilders to try to form a government.
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(Photo: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte after casting his ballot at a polling station in The Hague; Credit: AFP/Getty)
Dutch voters discuss integration, one of the biggest topics ahead of Wednesday's parliamentary elections.
Also in the programme: The head of the US Marines, General Robert Neller, has called the recent nude photos scandal one of the 'darkest moments' in the corp's history; European Court of Justice rules that a workplace 'headscarf ban' is legal.
(Photo: Lodewijk Asscher of Labour Party (PvdA) (L) and Geert Wilders of the Freedom Party (PVV) (C) speak during a televised debate between the eight top party leaders in The Hague on March 14, 2017, a day before the parliamentary elections. Credit: ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
Far-right politician Geert Wilders is the main challenger to Holland's Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, in tomorrow's elections. Immigration and integration have taken centre stage in the campaigns, which has been exacerbated by the on going diplomatic row with Turkey.
Also in the programme, US spokesman for the campaign against Islamic State group explains the state of play in Mosul and a multi-million dollar violin returns to the stage more than three decades after it was stolen.
(Photo: Netherlands' far-right politician Geert Wilders (R) of the PVV party and Netherlands' prime minister Mark Rutte of the VVD Liberal party debate on March 13, 2017 in Rotterdam. Credit: Yves Herman/AFP/Getty Images)