From NIS News Bulletin:
THE HAGUE, 15/03/11 – In the Lower House, centre-left D66 is the sharpest critic of the Party for Freedom (PVV), but in Limburg, the party is prepared to cooperate with the anti-Islam movement of Geert Wilders.
The PVV emerged as the biggest party in Limburg in the Upper House elections on 2 March. These elections were also for the provincial council members. The initial talks have begun in the coalition formation for a new provincial administration.
The conservatives (VVD) have already indicated they see a coalition with the PVV and the Christian democrats (CDA) as viable. What is surprising is that D66 also sees possibilities for joining a coalition.
The leader of D66 Limburg, Jeffrey Vossen, has “found that D66 and PVV are quite often in agreement.” He does add that there are “of course some differences.”