Voters in the Netherlands go to the polls, which are widely regarded as an indicator of populist sentiment in Europe.
Conservative Prime Minister mark Rutte has faced a tough battle with far-right opponent Geert Wilders, whose anti-immigrant, anti-Islamic rants fell on him in court, but also received wide support in a country that is increasingly polarized tough economy and the immigration issue.
The Dutch political landscape split, will participate in the voting of 28 parties and the proportional representation system of the country means that almost guaranteed some form of coalition government.
Rutte will seek to ensure the third term
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