“Come next to us instead of facing us,” says the Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte the Dutch in the that ‘only busy with themselves and first think of their own self-interest’. With an open letter kicks he as the election campaign in the Netherlands.
Currently, the government-Rutte’s majority in the First Chamber. That may be after the provincial elections on 20 march change. It is not the first time that mark Rutte, an open letter writing campaign for the liberal party VVD.
The Dutch prime minister, Rutte writes in an open letter that he the Netherlands see as a fragile vase that all Dutch people on hold, ” not only for themselves and the people around them have a nice life, but which also contribute to the happiness of another’.
“Come next to us instead of facing us,” says Rutte, the people who are only busy with themselves and first think of their own self-interest’. People make the vase broken by too hard to draw. Rutte refers among other things to the Brexit in Great Britain. ‘The politicians and the people forgot what they had reached. Now, they are in the chaos.’
According to Rutte, the netherlands has much to be proud of, to protect and beautify. “I see the Netherlands as a delicate possession that is from all of us. A country that is not perfect but where we are always moving forward’. He is proud of solidary people. “They make the Netherlands more beautiful. In fact: they are the Netherlands’.
According to the prime minister, allowed the Dutch their country not as a matter of course. There have to be compromises to be made in order to protect the country. He wants the problems in a ‘sensible way’ to solve. “It is easy to differ from the increase to the hard contrasts,” he says. That way he attacks the opposition to them by name, to feel.