Wilders case gives boost to judiciary
The trial of Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders has given a boost to public confidence in the judiciary.
On 23 June, briefly before the Amsterdam court handed down its ruling in the case against Mr Wilders, 55 percent of those interviewed said they had great confidence in the judiciary, after the Freedom Party leader was acquitted, that percentage rose to 60.
The survey was carried out by the University of Amsterdam and the TNS NIPO market research company.
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