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    • KapteinB
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      His party won about a quarter of the seats, becoming the largest party in parliament. I guess that makes him the "winner" of the election, but it does not guarantee him the title of prime minister, or even part in the governing coalition.

      That said; maybe it is time to let him and his party have a chance at running the country. Voters flock to populist parties because they claim they can solve complex problems, but of course; they can't. And if voters see that they can't, they may leave them and never come back.

      “I understand very well that parties do not want to be in a government with a party that wants unconstitutional measures,”

      That is such a fascinating statement to me, admitting that the politics he wants to implement are unconstitutional, and thus can't actually be implemented without first a constitution reform.