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Citizens tired of constant disturbances in The Hague: ‘Too busy with incident politics’ | Inland

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Prime Minister Mark Rutte in the House of Representatives during the debate on the Prime Minister's text messages.

Prime Minister Mark Rutte in the House of Representatives during the debate on the Prime Minister’s text messages.

Citizens seem to be getting tired of the constant disturbances in The Hague and the focus on political gain. More than three quarters of the Dutch think that politicians are too busy with themselves and too little with solving problems. Confidence has reached an absolute low point, according to a poll commissioned by De Telegraaf in the week after the much-discussed ‘Nokiagate’.

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