Second Lubbers cabinet
The second Lubbers cabinet (1986-1989) was a continuation of the coalition of the right-wing political parties CDA and VVD. Its main aim was the continuation of the policy of cutting government spendi...
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First Balkenende cabinet
The first cabinet of Jan Peter Balkenende was in office in the Netherlands from 22 July 2002 until 16 October of the same year. The term of 87 days (counting the first and last days in full and exclu...
Third Drees cabinet
Drees III (13 October 1956 - 22 December 1958), was the fourth Dutch cabinet under prime minister Willem Drees, with ministers from PvdA, KVP, ARP end CHU.The cabinet formation had taken 4 months. Thi...
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Third Van Agt cabinet
The third Van Agt cabinet (1982) was a minority coalition between the Christian-democrats, CDA and liberals, D66. The aim of this rump cabinet was to be a caretaker cabinet until the elections of 1983...
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First Lubbers cabinet
The first Lubbers cabinet (1982-1986) was formed by the right-wing political parties CDA and VVD. The aim of the cabinet was cutting government spending and privatizations. There was much internal res...
Schermerhorn-Drees cabinet
The Schermerhorn-Drees cabinet was in office in the Netherlands from 24 June 1945 until 3 July 1946.
The Schermerhorn-Drees cabinet, the first Dutch cabinet after World War II, was appointed by Qu...
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Cals cabinet
Cals (14 April 1965 - 22 November 1966) is the name given to a Dutch cabinet, consisting of ministers from KVP, PvdA and ARP.After the fall of the Marijnen cabinet, the confessional parties did not wa...
Den Uyl cabinet
The Den Uyl cabinet (11 May 1973 - 19 December 1977) was a Dutch left-wing cabinet under prime minister Joop den Uyl with ministers from PvdA, PPR, D66, KVP and ARP. The last two parties were actually...
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First Drees cabinet
Drees I (15 March 1951 – 2 September 1952), was a Dutch cabinet under PM Willem Drees that consisted of ministers of PvdA, KVP, CHU, VVD and one independent minister. It was a continuation of Dr...
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Third Balkenende cabinet
The third Balkenende cabinet was formed on 7 July 2006 after a crisis in and the subsequent resignation of the second Balkenende cabinet. This demissionary minority cabinet of Christian Democratic App...
First Biesheuvel cabinet
The first Biesheuvel cabinet (6 July 1971 - 9 August 1972) was a Dutch cabinet with ministers from ARP, CHU (both Protestant), Roman Catholic KVP, the conservative-liberal VVD and moderate socialist D...
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List of cabinets of the Netherlands
This is a list of cabinets of the Netherlands after the Second World War. Also see the list of cabinets of the Netherlands between 1848 and 1945. Note: the first party mentioned provided prime ministe...
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Second Kok cabinet
The Second cabinet of Wim Kok was the government of the Netherlands headed by Prime Minister Wim Kok during 1998 to 2002.After the elections to the House of Representatives on 6 May 1998, the allocati...
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De Jong cabinet
The De Jong cabinet was a Dutch centre-right cabinet with ministers from Catholic People's Party (KVP), People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), Anti Revolutionary Party (ARP) and the Christian...
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Zijlstra cabinet
The Netherlands cabinet of Jelle Zijlstra (22 November 1966 – 5 April 1967) was a right-wing rump cabinet with ministers from the political parties ARP and KVP. It was formed after the fall of t...
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Dutch general election, 2006
General elections were held in the Netherlands on 22 November 2006 following the fall of the Second Balkenende cabinet. The elections proved relatively successful for the governing Christian Democrati...
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Third Lubbers cabinet
The third Lubbers cabinet existed from 1989 to 1994, and was formed by a coalition of the Christian-Democrats (CDA) and the Labour Party (PvdA). The cabinet was formed with a view to social reform. Th...
2006-2007 Dutch cabinet formation
Following the 2006 Dutch general election, held on November 22, a process of cabinet formation started, involving negotiations about which coalition partners to form a common programme of policy and t...
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First Kok cabinet
The First cabinet of Wim Kok (1994-1998), also called the "Purple Coalition" because of its social-democrat (red) and liberal (blue) components, was a Dutch government formed by the political parties ...
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Fourth Balkenende cabinet
The fourth Balkenende cabinet or Balkenende IV was a Dutch coalition cabinet formed by the political parties Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA), Labour Party (PvdA), and ChristianUnion (CU). The cabine...
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Second Gerbrandy cabinet
The second cabinet of Gerbrandy (1941–1945) was one of the four cabinets during the Dutch government in exile which were seated in London. The cabinet was formed after a conflict between Queen Wilhelm...
Third Gerbrandy cabinet
The third cabinet of Gerbrandy (February - June 1945) was the last of four cabinets of the Dutch government in exile during the second world war and was seated in London. The cabinet was formed after ...
First Gerbrandy cabinet
The first cabinet of Gerbrandy (1940–1941) was one of the four cabinets during the Dutch government in exile which were seated in London. The cabinet is formed after the Second De Geer cabinet resigne...
Second Drees cabinet
Drees II (2 September 1952 - 13 October 1956), was the third Dutch cabinet under prime minister Willem Drees, with ministers from PvdA, KVP, ARP and CHU and one independent minister.The economic recov...
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Second Balkenende cabinet
The second cabinet of Jan Peter Balkenende of the Netherlands formed on 27 May 2003. It consisted of three political parties: People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), Christian Democratic Appea...
First Beel cabinet
Beel I (3 July 1946 - 7 August 1948) was the first post-World War II cabinet of the Netherlands that was the result of elections (the former Schermerhorn-Drees cabinet was appointed by the queen). It ...
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De Quay cabinet
De Quay (19 May 1959 - 24 July 1963) was the name given to a Dutch cabinet led by Jan de Quay with ministers from KVP, VVD, ARP and CHU. Cabinet formation was again difficult due to the growing fricti...
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Second Biesheuvel cabinet
The second Biesheuvel cabinet (9 August 1972 - 11 May 1973) was a Dutch rump cabinet with ministers from ARP, KVP, CHU (all confessional parties), and VVD (conservative liberal). It was the continuati...
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