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Dutch pro-Europe parties in lead  Voters in the Netherlands have backed two centrist parties, while the Eurosceptic, anti-immigrant Freedom Party faces heavy losses Dutch cabinet rules out EU vote  The cabinet has decided against holding a referendum on the new Reform Treaty   Dutch on course for split result  The governing Christian Democrats are ahead, with 41 seats, but remain short of a majority Dutch reject EU constitution
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  Dutch election: Vote is key test for populist support
Dutch election: PM Rutte celebrates 'rejection of populism'

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  Mark Rutte says the Netherlands has rejected 'the wrong kind of populism' as he celebrated victory in parliamentary elections
  The race, dominated by PM Mark Rutte's centre-right party and that of anti-immigrant politician Geert Wilders

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  61.6% of voters were opposed to the charter, while only 38.4% approved
Dutch start voting on EU treaty
  The prime minister appealed to the nation to back the treaty but polls predict 60% of voters will oppose it

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Jun.10 Protest votes overshadow EU poll
  European Union: Voters in Britain and the Netherlands have kicked off a 4-day cross-continent election to an enlarged European Parliament

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Jan.23 Labour pipped in elections
  The Christian Democrats have narrowly won the elections and face the thorny issue of forming a government

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May.15 Right gains ground in poll
  The anti-immigration party of murdered politician Pim Fortuyn is taking second place in the general election May.7 Election to go ahead
  The Government has decided to go ahead with general election, despite the murder of anti-immigration politician Fortuyn

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