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Dutch vote to set off Europe's 'super election year'

Spotlight shifting to region's political landscape, with polls also in France, Germany
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 05:50

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (left) said there was "zero chance" that his Liberal Party - running second in the polls - would agree to govern in a coalition with Geert Wilders' anti-Islam Freedom Party.

The Hague

DUTCH voters head to crunch parliamentary polls in two months' time, heralding the start of a "super election year" in three of Europe's leading economies: The Netherlands, France and Germany.

After the surprise Brexit result in Britain and as Donald Trump's inauguration

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