Dutch Parties

After 9 months of negotiations, the Dutch parties have reached a coalition agreement.

After 9 months of negotiations, the Dutch parties have reached an agreement on forming a coalition government.

 

According to a 4-party coalition deal, the next government will focus on security, climate change, and housing.

 

NETHERLANDS, THE HAGUE

 

Following nearly nine months of negotiations, four Dutch political parties have reached an agreement to form a coalition government.

 

A joint press conference was held to announce the deal.

 

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), Democrats 66 (D66), Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA), and Christian Unity (CU) will form the coalition government.

 

The government will put money into security, climate change, and housing, according to the agreement.

 

Rutte, who received the most votes in the last general election, is expected to be formally given the task of forming the government after the deal is discussed in parliament on Thursday.

 

With the start of his fourth term, Rutte, who has served as Prime Minister for three terms, will become the country’s longest-serving Prime Minister.

 

In the month of January,In 2022, global airline traffic will be 70% of pre-pandemic levels, according to Fitch Ratings.

 

Tightening travel restrictions to prevent the spread of omicron could cause recovery to be delayed, according to the CDC.

 

ANKARA (Ankara)

 

Fitch Ratings forecasted that global airline traffic will reach 70% of pre-pandemic levels by 2022.

 

Although recovery will vary greatly by region, it is possible that tightening travel restrictions to prevent the spread of the omicron variant will cause recovery to be delayed, according to the report.

 

Global airline traffic might not fully recover until the end of 2023, according to the rating agency.

 

“The new variant is unlikely to be the last, and the industry will face periodic concerns about virus mutations for several years,” it said.

 

After a report claimed that some Dutch officials, including government ministers, civil servants, and even judges, wrongfully accused thousands of families of defrauding the tax office over welfare benefits between 2013 and 2019, the four-party coalition collapsed.

 


Ann Waithira

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