Wilders successfully forms coalition, advocates for Dutch embassy relocation to Jerusalem

The Freedom Party, led by Geert Wilders, secured first place in the parliamentary elections in the Netherlands six months ago. Since then, the party has announced that a coalition government has been agreed upon in the kingdom. The coalition will consist of the People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy, the centrist New Social Contract party, and the Citizen-Farmers Movement. While Wilders has stated that he is not vying for the position of head of government, it is still uncertain who will be appointed to lead the new government.

The Freedom Party is known for its right-wing populist stance and has a history of opposition to Muslims. However, during the last election campaign, Wilders backed away from calls to ban the Koran, mosques, and Islamic schools in the Netherlands. Despite this change in positioning, the 26-page coalition agreement outlines continued support for Ukraine and an increase in defense spending to 2% of GDP. Additionally, there is a commitment to relocate the embassy to Israel at an appropriate time.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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