Eyes on Rutte as three days of voting to yield Dutch election results

Three days of voting are set to end with election results in the Netherlands on Wednesday, with political observers keeping an eye on whether Prime Minister Mark Rutte can add to his already 10 years in office. Voting started on Monday and was stretched over three days to help alleviate concerns about coronavirus contagion as people cast their ballots for the 150 members of the country’s legislature. Analysts are of the opinion that Rutte could benefit in the race because his government is generally seen as having performed well against the coronavirus. That said, his margin of support on this…

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