Populist PVV wins Dutch secondary school vote

1st March 2011, Comments 1 comment

It appears that the anti-Islam Freedom Party PVV is the most popular political party amongst Dutch secondary school students.

On Tuesday, the Institute for Politics and the Public IPP organised ‘elections’ in primary and secondary schools to shadow Wednesday’s managed just 8.1 percent.

In the Netherlands, only people over 18 have the right to vote in real political elections.


© Radio Netherlands Worldwide

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