The Prime Minister of the Netherlands mark Rutte in the process of debate, persuaded Parliament to give the Government time to resolve the situation with the agreement on the unity between the EU and Ukraine.
At first the discussions of the independent national elect Louis Bonte said, "this puppet theater is not necessary" and asked in a persistent form to make a vote of no confidence in the Government. However, other parties called first to discuss and to listen Rutte, before carrying out expression of the will, reports the news Agency. The Prime Minister repeated that during the additional time the government tries to prepare and adopt at the conference the EU in mid-December, a legally binding Declaration, which will be an integral part of the contract. In this document, for example, will indicate that the Association is not Ukraine opens the way to EU membership, does not involve additional financial assistance to Kiev and does not guarantee collective security." We want to see where it all will lead, "said the Commissioner of the opposition party" Democrats-66 " (D-66) Case Verhoeven. In the end, a vote of no confidence was not supported, And the Prime Minister have more time. However, as will continue to happen as long as it is difficult to predict. The main question is whether Rutte enough support in the upper house of Parliament (the Senate) in case if the Declaration on a European level is adopted and the government then propose to Parliament to ratify the Treaty.
in the lower house the ruling coalition has enough votes but in the Senate it takes only 21 out of 75 seats, and even 10 seats D-66 for most is not enough. The government lacks seven votes, and in this situation the main role is beyond the position of the Christian democratic appeal (CDA) from the very beginning opposed the referendum and for the cooperation with Ukraine. And the party, holding 12 seats in the Senate, believes that the result of the vote must be respected, whatever it was." people power is not a Playground ", - noticed the leader of the CDA of sibrand Buma in the process of debate, And in response to a direct question whether the movement to Express support for the government, he answered very vague, but made clear that he does not expect that the Cabinet will offer a good solution.