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Far-right Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders’ hopes of becoming prime minister have been undermined after coalition talks collapsed. Pieter Omtzigt, leader of the center-right New Social Contract (NSC), withdrew from negotiations, citing differences in financial expectations. Wilders, who won a quarter of the vote in the November general election, has been trying to form a working alliance for his Party for Freedom (PVV). The collapse in talks leaves the PVV unable to form a majority in the lower legislative body, potentially opening the door for the Labour-Green alliance or a new election.

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