Mass deportation on the agenda of new Dutch government
“The strictest asylum policy ever. There will be an asylum crisis law; we will withdraw the dispersal law; there will be border controls, mobile and otherwise; there will be a ban on prioritizing status holders for social housing,” proclaimed the new PM.

Keean Bexte

May 17, 2024

The new Dutch coalition government is already making waves, promising the strongest anti-mass migration policies ever seen in the Netherlands.

Mass deportation on the agenda of new Dutch government

“The sun will shine again in the Netherlands,” proclaimed incoming PM Geert Wilders, who is promising “the strongest asylum policy ever.”

Following the securing of a coalition deal between Wilders (leader of the Party for Freedom) and three other parties on Thursday, including outgoing PM Mark Rutte’s party, the Netherlands’ new right-wing party has planned to bring in the strongest asylum and deportation policy ever seen in the country.

As per Wilders ‘Hope, Courage, and Pride’ agreement, the government will now “Deport people without a valid residence permit as much as possible, even forcibly”, as well as remove family reunification laws that are used to create surges in immigration and reduce the number of international students.

“We do this together as four political parties. A collaboration that I am very much looking forward to. But the Party for Freedom, my own party, will also be in the cabinet in the center of power. We are extremely proud of that,” Wilders said following his victory.

“We go from being the largest opposition party to being the largest government party in one go… And I think that anyone who reads the agreement between us four will see that a lot is going to change in the Netherlands.”

The strictest asylum policy ever

Wilders continued, saying, “The strictest asylum policy ever. There will be an asylum crisis law; we will withdraw the dispersal law; there will be border controls, mobile and otherwise; there will be a ban on prioritizing status holders for social housing.”

Additionally, Wilders says that he will fight to opt out of the EU’s asylum program.

However, while Wilders has gotten other parties on board with his anti-mass migration agenda, some concessions have had to be made, and most of the Netherlands’ existing climate policies and agendas will remain.

With that said, Wilders has reassured that fishermen and farmers will “have room to breathe again”, saying that he will stop at no cost to ensure farmers aren’t targeted or harmed by the EU’s agenda.

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