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  • Mixed reaction among social partners to new government coalition

    A new Dutch government took up office in October 2010. The cabinet embodies right-wing, liberal and confessional values, with parliamentary support from the Party for Freedom (PVV [1]) led by Geert Wilders. The cabinet is headed by Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the conservative-liberal People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD [2]), with Maxime Verhagen of the centre-right Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA [3]) serving as Deputy Prime Minister. [1] [2] [3]
  • Bargaining begins on cross-industry agreement

    The Interprofessional Agreement (IPA), once agreed by the social partners, has to be transposed into collective agreements at the level of the National Labour Council (CNT/NAR [1]) and of the sectoral joint committees. [1]