Thursday , July 7 2022

“Cabinet has no plans for a commonwealth”

Rutte said the recent note calling for such was a proposal from two members of the Second Chamber of Parliament in The Hague “that they are entitled to.” However, his government has no plans in that direction, even though one of the initiators is a member of the same party as the Prime Minister. This remark was published in The Daily Herald. Following years of discussion on constitutional relations within the Kingdom, the Dutch government has no intention to come with new suggestions regarding, for example, a commonwealth, said Prime Minister Mark Rutte (VVD). According to Rutte, there has been enough talk already about constitutional relations, which resulted in the changes per 10-10-10. “We need to put our energy into making these a success by, for example, giving the economic pillar more content, which was part of the reason for his visit to Curaçao,”.
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