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The Congress is the highest political body of the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands. With a 66% percent majority, Congress can change anything. (In order to amend the constitution, two votes needs to be held in two consecutive terms.)

In the Netherlands we distinguish the in-game Congress, where simple adjustments to the game, like changing taxes, can be made, and forum Congress, where more complex laws and policies are debated and voted on. Every new law needs to be debated and voted on in forum Congress before being processed in-game.

Forum Access

Every citizen of the Netherlands may participate in public Congress debates. However, if you wish to be able to vote on laws or start a debate, please contact your party president to find out how best to obtain a seat in Congress for your party. (Don’t have access to the forum? Register on enetherlands.nl and request access to the eUNL usergroup here.)

Congress elections

Congress members are elected on the 25th of every month. All top 5 parties are allowed to propose candidates; the elections are region-wise. Those elected (for exceptions see the Law book) have the right to participate in Congress as stated in the Lawbook of the Netherlands.

Historically, the standard amount of seats was 8 per region; furthermore, there are 4 wild card seats in the capital, the Western Netherlands.

Former Forum Congress

All law proposals (including those of the in-game type) are first debated on the forum. All registered Congress members are added to this forum, where they have the right to propose new measures and vote. A debate lasts for at least 24 hours before a proposal is voted on.

Accepting Citizenship requests

The same rule applies towards giving out citizenships, all citizenship request should be debated at the special SCI forum before being accepted. Accepting a citizenship request without debating it could be seen as a form of high-treason

In-game Congress

All Congress members can propose two in-game laws per term. It is strictly forbidden to propose a law that has not been discussed in the Congress forum.

In-game law proposals

As a member of Congress, click on “propose a law” to propose one of the pre-set law proposals. There is a maximum of two proposals per term. Don’t forget to post a link to the original forum debate; otherwise, your proposal will be considered illegal and all members are advised to vote “NO”. Donation laws do not need to have a debate and therefore it should link to a specific thread for donation laws on the forums of Netherlands.

Ending your term prematurely

By doing this, you waive all your forum Congress rights. An exception is made for elite soldiers, contact your party president for the conditions.

Congress code of conduct

  • Read the rules of Dutch Congress
  • Using English is preferred, Dutch is allowed if using English is not possible
  • Forum polls don’t count as votes
  • Laws should be quoted in the exact form as when they were first accepted
  • Flaming, provoking flaming, ranting and other forms of abusive behaviour/spam will be deleted.
  • Debates last at least 24 hours

Congress tax

If you are elected to Congress, you are obliged to pay at least Icon-gold.gif 2.5 GOLD to the De Nederlandse Bank.

Chairman and Deputy Chairman

Every 5th of each month a Chairman (CoC) and Deputy Chairman of Congress (dCoC) are elected to help run the debates and voting smoothly. Before the outgoing CoC is leaving his office on the 5th, he will start a debate where all Dutch citizens can run for CoC, when there's a candidate a voting round will be started. The new CoC or outgoing DCoC will start the same procedure as the election for CoC.

Congress newspaper

eNL Congress newspaper is the official publication of the Congress.

History

2008

First Congress was elected in September 2008.

2009

N/A

2010

N/A

2011

January

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of January 2011, had a turnup of 83 voters, the person with the most votes got 20 votes, the Congress member with the least votes to get elected had 2[1]. Everyone was elected due to the fact there were not enough candidates.

This is the first month of the ATO (anti-takeover) law which mandated there should only be 1 political party in order to counter PTO's the country has been suffering since later 2010.

Elected as Congress member were:

28th Congress of the Netherlands
Daniel Parker ChristiaanB94 Kiecho Sarah Voorhees Heikanu
ArtemIvanov wellant Garmr briepe Shakerr
hollenboer broersje Prutser Shrubbery Paladijn
Dennis Baks Trinc DevilOfExcitement

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Verenigd Nederland (historic).jpg Verenigd Nederland VN 18 100 % 83 83 18 VN was the only party in order to counter PTO's
TOTAL 18 100% 83 83 18

February

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of February 2011, had a turnup of 124 voters, the person with the most votes got 22 votes, the congress-member with the least votes to get elected had 0[2]. Everyone was elected due to the fact there weren't enough candidates. This is the second month of the ATO (anti-takeover) law which mandated there should only be 1 political party in order to counter PTO's the country has been suffering since later 2010.

Elected as Congress member were:

29th Congress of the Netherlands
Andreas Isaksson ArtemIvanov Sarah Voorhees broersje Shrubbery
epix Tim Veltkamp Shakerr Davis Calia niekhzm
Pierre Delvaux DevilOfExcitement Garmr Trical Paladijn
Dennis Baks blackdead33 Mael Dunbar Mr. Jos* Luuklag
Heikanu PerfectMelody ChristiaanB94 Imperial Hammer blinded
Driekske Alesaxa

*suspected PTO'er

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Verenigd Nederland (historic).jpg Verenigd Nederland VN 27 100 % 124 124 27 VN was the only party in order to counter PTO

March

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of March 2011, had a turnup of 101 voters, the person with the most votes got 12 votes, the congress-member with the least votes to get elected had 3[3]. Everyone was elected due to the fact there weren't enough candidates because of the one-party-limit.

This was the last month of the ATO (anti-takeover) law which mandated there should only be one political party in order to counter PTO's the country has been suffering since later 2010.

Elected as Congress member were:

30th Congress of the Netherlands
ChristiaanB94 ArtemIvanov broersje Antiko Daniel Parker
Mael Dunbar Auggustus Pierre Delvaux Shrubbery Paladijn
PerfectMelody hollenboer DevilOfExcitement Heikanu Luuklag
Tim Veltkamp Kiecho Tonie112

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Verenigd Nederland (historic).jpg Verenigd Nederland VN 18 100 % 101 101 18 Last time VN participated in Congress elections, before it was disbanded

April

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of April 2011, had a turnup of 120 voters, the person with the most votes got 13 votes, the congress-member with the least votes to get elected had 3[4]. Everyone who wasn't elected had either 3 votes or less.

Elected as Congress member were:

31st Congress of the Netherlands
Sarah Voorhees epix Daniel Parker Paladijn Trical
Broersje Auggustus matman467 Prutser PerfectMelody
ArtemIvanov Garmr MaartenW Shrubbery Antiko
KocaSeyit hollenboer Dennis Baks Mael Dunbar Kimberly McCullouch

Results per Party were:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Iron & Wine.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 13 65 % 60 70 19 First time I&W participated in Congress elections since PTO and ATO period from late 2010
Party-Democratisch Nederland v3.jpg Democratisch Nederland DemNL 7 35% 32 44 19 First time DemNL participated in the Congress elections since PTO and ATO period from late 2010
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.jpg Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 0 0% N/A 6 2 First time CLN participated in the Congress elections
TOTAL 20 100% 92 120 40

No comparison icons where added to the parties in this table since it's the first times these parties rejoined the political scene after to PTO and ATO period. See Verenigd Nederland for more info

May

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of May 2011, had a turnup of 137 voters, the person with the most votes got 19 votes, the congress member with the least votes to get elected had 7[5]. Everyone who wasn't elected had either 6 or less votes.

Elected as:

32nd Congress of the Netherlands
Shrubbery Sarah Voorhees ArtemIvanov ElGorro Tonie112
Hindrik ChristiaanB94 Luuklag JackRitell Mael Dunbar

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Democratisch Nederland v4.jpg Democratisch Nederland DemNL 5 50% 56 69 10 Decrease in total seats due to less seats (20 to 10)
Party-Iron & Wine.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 4 40 % 41 53 9 Decrease in total seats due to less seats (20 to 10)
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.jpg Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 1 10% 8 15 3 First time CLN got a seat in the Congress
TOTAL 10 100% 105 137 22

June

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of June 2011, had a turnup of 164 voters, the person with the most votes got 19 votes, the congress-member with the least votes to get elected had 4[6]. Everyone who wasn't elected had either 2 or less votes.

Elected as:

33rd Congress of the Netherlands
Jacob van den Guldenweege Sarah Voorhees Hindrik Tieskeh ElGorro
Mr. Sphere Daniel Parker MaJSB Curerofthought Heikanu
Pierre Delvaux osxy (Kixtart) Alexander Matteo briepe Frits123
Fryskiene Dennis of Avenue MaartenW Kimberly McCullouch* Thomasios02*

*wildcard

Results per Party

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Democratisch Nederland v4.jpg Democratisch Nederland DemNL 8 40% 46 49 14
Party-Geuzen Partij Nederland.jpg Geuzen Partij Nederland GPN 6 30 % 55 55 11 First time GPN participates in the Congress elections
Party-Iron & Wine.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 5 25 % 33 39 11
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.png Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 1 5% 4 6 2
TOTAL 20 100% 138 154 38

25%

40%

5%

30%

Note: One or more parties received no seats in this election.


July

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of July 2011, had a turnup of 146 voters, the person with the most votes got 22 votes, the Congress member with the least votes to get elected had 4[7]. Everyone who wasn't elected had either 4 or less votes.

Elected as:

  • Chairman of Congress were:
    • until 5th of August: Frits123, Daniel Parker was elected first, but he declined the position after he was elected
    • 5th of August until congress elections: N/A
  • Deputy Chairman of Congress were:
    • until 5th of August: Antiko
    • 5th of August until congress elections: N/A
  • Congress members were:
34th Congress of the Netherlands
Sarah Voorhees ElGorro Kiecho broersje Zeusnl
Joep Onstenk Tieskeh Mr. Sphere Kimberly McCullouch Jacob van den Guldenweege
Pierre Delvaux djerk MaartenW briepe Revvenge
Waldhar Kill Maniac Curerofthought Frits123* MaJSB*

*wildcard

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Democratisch Nederland.png Democratisch Nederland DemNL 9 45% 57 57 9
Party-Geuzen Partij Nederland.jpg Geuzen Partij Nederland GPN 7 35 % 33 41 10
Party-Iron & Wine.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 4 20 % 37 41 7
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.png Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 0 0% 0 7 3
TOTAL 20 100% 127 146 29

20%

45%

35%

Note: One or more parties received no seats in this election.


August

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of August 2011, had a turnup of 121 voters, the person with the most votes got 14 votes, the congress-member with the least votes to get elected had 2[8]. Everyone who wasn't elected had either 2 or less votes.

Elected as:

35th Congress of the Netherlands
Sarah Voorhees ElGorro Mr. Sphere Kimberly McCullouch Pierre Delvaux
Shrubbery Mael Dunbar Zeusnl Revvenge Orlonski
ArtemIvanov Joep Onstenk broersje Hindrik Tonie112
groenewilde rickyrb niekhzm Proudassassin* Andreas Isaksson*

*wildcard

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Democratisch Nederland.png Democratisch Nederland DemNL 9 45% 42 47 12
Party-Iron & Wine.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 5 25 % 31 35 8
Party-Geuzen Partij Nederland.jpg Geuzen Partij Nederland GPN 4 20 % 20 28 10
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.png Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 2 10% 9 9 2
Party-Rote Armee Fraktion.jpg Rote Armee Fraktion RAF 0 0% 0 2 1 RAF participates for the first time in the Congress elections
TOTAL 20 100% 102 121 33

45%

25%

20%

10%

Note: One or more parties received no seats in this election.


September

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of September 2011, had a turnup of 140 voters, the person with the most votes got 12 votes, the Congress member with the least votes to get elected had 1[9]. Due to the increase in number of regions held be Netherlands, number of available Congress seats increased as well, from 20 to 40. Therefore, there was a shortage of candidates, and only 1 person didn't get a seat in the Congress.

Elected as:

36th Congress of the Netherlands
Heikanu Kimberly McCullouch ElGorro Shrubbery Joep O
PerfectMelody Zeusnl Pierre Delvaux van Spijck Mr. Sphere
Zeeuwsmeisje Sarah Voorhees Driekske Andreas Isaksson Mael Dunbar
Kill Maniac Curerofthought WackyChair Proudassassin Jago Phoenix
rickyrb Jan26 niekhzm ArtemIvanov Luuklag
Tonie112 Revvenge Bryce Van Buren JimMorrison71 Andrew Ver Derhau
Pancrasser Grandmaster Ymir dick_dastardly Zelig Her Direcktor
Brodant yusuf2* blackdead33* Thomasios02* Orlonski*

*wildcard

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Democratisch Nederland.png Democratisch Nederland DemNL 17 42.5% 64 64 17
Party-Geuzen Partij Nederland.jpg Geuzen Partij Nederland GPN 10 25 % 32 33 11
Party-Iron & Wine v2.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 9 22.5 % 32 32 9
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.png Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 2 5% 7 7 2
Party-Rote Armee Fraktion.jpg Rote Armee Fraktion RAF 2 5% 4 4 2
TOTAL 40 100% 139 140 41

42.5%

25%

22.5%

5%

5%


October

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of October 2011, had a turnup of 148 voters, the person with the most votes got 15 votes, the Congress member with the least votes to get elected had 3[10]. The amount of congress seats went down from 40 to 20.

Elected as:

37th Congress of the Netherlands
Kimberly McCullouch Sarah Voorhees van Spijck Daniel Parker Tonie112
Shakerr Joep O Pierre Delvaux ralf vd veldt Zen Mahong
Piet Valken ArtemIvanov Luuklag Alexander Meulman Xyrrath
Heikanu KmOrange matman476 briepe* Auggustus*

*wildcard

Results per Party:

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Iron & Wine v2.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 7 35 % 32 39 14
Party-Democratisch Nederland.png Democratisch Nederland DemNL 5 25% 34 50 16
Party-Geuzen Partij Nederland.jpg Geuzen Partij Nederland GPN 4 20 % 25 25 4
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.png Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 4 20% 20 26 10
Party-Rote Armee Fraktion.jpg Rote Armee Fraktion RAF 0 0% 0 5 3
TOTAL 20 100% 111 148 47

35%

25%

20%

20%

Note: One or more parties received no seats in this election.


November

Elections in the Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands held on 25th of November 2011, had a turnup of 155 voters, the person with the most votes got 11 votes, the congress-member with the least votes to get elected had 5[11].

Elected as:

38th Congress of the Netherlands
Sarah Voorhees OrBeX Daniel Parker Kimberly McCullouch ElGorro
Shakerr Xyrrath Antiko Heikanu Auggustus
ChristiaanB94 Tonie112 Joep O van Spijck Zeeuwsmeisje
Markus Bell ArtemIvanov Mael Dunbar Piet Valken* jaromier*

*wildcard

Results per Party

Logo Party Name Initials Total seats Congress % Votes for elected CM's Votes total Number of candidates Note
Party-Democratisch Nederland.png Democratisch Nederland DemNL 6 30% 34 47 17
Party-Iron & Wine v2.jpg Iron & Wine I&W 6 30 % 35 43 10
Party-Center-Left Netherlands.png Centre-Left Netherlands CLN 4 20% 26 33 9
Party-Geuzen Partij Nederland.jpg Geuzen Partij Nederland GPN 4 20 % 20 26 9
Party-Rote Armee Fraktion.jpg Rote Armee Fraktion RAF 0 0% 0 6 3
TOTAL 20 100% 115 155 48

30%

30%

20%

20%

Note: One or more parties received no seats in this election.


December

N/A

2012

January

N/A

February

41st Congress of the Netherlands
Shakerr Joep O straatpup Hindrik RikW
Auggustus Cunemous Beaufourt DimlightHero Shtula Ellana Frynn
svenders osxy (Kixtart) Zeeuwsmeisje Broersje IncasEmpire
MACEDONIAN T REX Zeusnl van Spijck Driekske missingno
Mael Dunbar Mr. Sphere jaromier TheSilentGuns Piet Valken
Mattio WinnieDePoeh epix Antiko niekhzm
Kimberly McCullouch PerfectMelody Tkid djirtsdew Revvenge
odan ElGorro* Shrike88* Dave Brinkman* Shrubbery*

*wildcard

35.58%

22.12%

22.12%

19.23%

0.95%


March

42nd Congress of the Netherlands
Daniel Parker Heikanu Samproidzz Mitch Rapp
Joep O Cunemous Beaufourt Piet Valken straatpup
DimlightHero Shrubbery Revvenge Hindrik
Tkid Mr Ambassadorl Mattio Mr. Sphere
Konrad Neumann Zeusnl Mc Claren ElGorro
Tonie112 FC Barcelona83

*wildcard

25.73%

25.15%

23.39%

19.30%

6.43%


2013

N/A

2014

January

58th Congress of the Netherlands:

30.43%

20.29%

19.57%

17.39%

12.32%

Key:

Geuzen Partij Nederland

Democratisch Nederland

Dutch Revolutionairy Party

Vrij en Veilig Nederland

Libertas NL


February

59th Congress of the Netherlands:

27.56%

20.51%

19.87%

17.31%

14.74%


March

60th Congress of the Netherlands:

24.31%

23.61%

22.22%

15.28%

14.58%


April

61st Congress of the Netherlands:

25.41%

20.49%

19.67%

17.21%

17.21%


May

62nd Congress of the Netherlands:

27.05%

23.77%

18.03%

16.39%

14.75%


June

63rd Congress of the Netherlands:

29.36%

21.10%

19.27%

15.60%

14.67%


July

64th Congress of the Netherlands:

35.34%

24.06%

18.80%

12.78%

9.02%


August

65th Congress of the Netherlands:

38.37%

20.93%

19.77%

13.95%

6.98%


September

66th Congress of the Netherlands

30.91%

24.55%

23.64%

11.82%

9.08%


October

67th Congress of the Netherlands:

31.30%

22.61%

22.61%

13.91%

9.57%


November

68th Congress of the Netherlands:

27.45%

23.53%

19.61%

15.69%

13.72%


December

69th Congress of the Netherlands:

26.53%

26.53%

22.45%

13.27%

11.22%


2015

January

70th Congress of the Netherlands:

28.87%

27.84%

22.68%

11.34%

9.27%


February

71st Congress of the Netherlands:

27.96%

26.88%

20.43%

12.90%

11.83%


March

72nd Congress of the Netherlands:

32.46%

27.19%

18.42%

14.04%

7.89%


April

73rd Congress of the Netherlands:

27.36%

26.42%

20.75%

15.09%

10.38%


May

74th Congress of the Netherlands:

29.25%

26.42%

22.64%

14.15%

7.55%


June

No congress elections.


July

75th Congress of the Netherlands:

37.80%

28.05%

17.07%

10.98%

6.10%


August

76th Congress of the Netherlands:

32.56%

25.58%

17.44%

16.28%

8.14%


September

77th Congress of the Netherlands:

32.89%

25.00%

18.42%

13.16%

10.53%


October

78th Congress of the Netherlands:

36.14%

26.51%

15.66%

12.05%

9.64%


November

79th Congress of the Netherlands:

31.76%

27.06%

16.47%

15.29%

9.41%


December

80th Congress of the Netherlands:

28.77%

21.92%

20.55%

16.44%

12.33%


2016

January

81st Congress of the Netherlands:

32.91%

29.11%

15.19%

11.39%

11.39%



February

82nd Congress of the Netherlands:

33.85%

27.69%

15.38%

12.31%

10.77%



March

83rd Congress of the Netherlands:

30.43%

24.64%

15.94%

15.94%

13.04%



April

84th Congress of the Netherlands:

27.94%

25.00%

20.59%

14.71%

11.76%


May

85th Congress of the Netherlands:

27.03%

21.62%

21.62%

16.22%

13.51%



June

86th Congress of the Netherlands:

26.98%

22.22%

20.63%

15.87%

14.29%



July

87th Congress of the Netherlands:

27.27%

21.82%

20.00%

20.00%

10.91%



August

88th Congress of the Netherlands:

25.58%

23.26%

18.60%

16.28%

16.28%



September

89th Congress of the Netherlands:

29.17%

27.08%

18.75%

18.75%

6.25%



October

90th Congress of the Netherlands:

33.96%

20.75%

20.75%

13.21%

11.32%



November

No congress elections

December

91st Congress of the Netherlands:

30.56%

25.00%

25.00%

19.44%

Note: One or more parties received no seats in this election.


2017

January

92nd Congress of the Netherlands:

32.00%

22.00%

18.00%

16.00%

12.00%


February

93rd Congress of the Netherlands:

37.50%

18.75%

18.75%

14.58%

10.42%


March

94th Congress of the Netherlands:

40.00%

20.00%

17.14%

14.29%

8.57%


April

95th Congress of the Netherlands:

32.00%

28.00%

28.00%

12.00%

Note: One or more parties received no seats in this election.


May

96th Congress of the Netherlands:

42.31%

23.08%

19.23%

7.69%

7.69%


June

97th Congress of the Netherlands:

25.53%

23.40%

19.15%

17.02%

14.89%


July

98th Congress of the Netherlands:

25.64%

23.08%

20.51%

17.95%

12.82%


August

99th Congress of the Netherlands:

31.71%

26.83%

19.51%

12.20%

9.76%



September

100th Congress of the Netherlands:

37.50%

27.50%

15.00%

10.00%

10.00%


October

101st Congress of the Netherlands:

37.50%

20.00%

17.50%

12.50%

12.50%


November

102nd Congress of the Netherlands:

29.17%

25.00%

18.75%

18.75%

8.33%


December

103rd Congress of the Netherlands:

32.43%

27.03%

27.03%

8.11%

5.41%


2018

January

104th Congress of the Netherlands:

26.83%

24.39%

21.95%

17.07%

9.76%



February

105th Congress of the Netherlands:

29.27%

29.27%

14.63%

14.63%

12.20%


March

106th Congress of the Netherlands:

27.66%

25.53%

19.15%

14.89%

12.77%


April

107th Congress of the Netherlands:

30.77%

28.21%

17.95%

12.82%

10.26%


May

108th Congress of the Netherlands:

31.25%

28.13%

18.75%

12.50%

9.38%


June

109th Congress of the Netherlands:

35.00%

27.50%

12.50%

12.50%

12.50%


July

110th Congress of the Netherlands:

34.29%

28.57%

14.29%

11.43%

11.43%


August

111th Congress of the Netherlands:

36.48%

28.95%

18.42%

13.16%

2.63%


September

112th Congress of the Netherlands:

34.00%

28.00%

20.00%

10.00%

8.00%


October

113th Congress of the Netherlands:

34.48%

25.86%

17.24%

13.79%

8.62%


November

114th Congress of the Netherlands:

32.73%

25.45%

23.64%

9.09%

9.09%


December

115th Congress of the Netherlands:

35.19%

25.93%

24.07%

9.26%

5.56%


2019

January

116th Congress of the Netherlands:

41.51%

26.42%

11.32%

11.32%

9.43%



February

117th Congress of the Netherlands:

39.22%

21.57%

19.61%

11.76%

7.84%


March

118th Congress of the Netherlands:

30.91%

23.64%

20.00%

16.36%

9.09%


April

119th Congress of the Netherlands:

27.27%

25.45%

21.82%

14.55%

10.91%


May

120th Congress of the Netherlands:

31.58%

22.81%

19.30%

14.04%

12.28%