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The Second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the political parties People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012.

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  • The Second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the political parties People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012.
  • The Second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet was the executive branch of the Dutch Government from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the conservative-liberal People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the social-democratic Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The cabinet was a centrist grand coalition and had a slim majority in the House of Representatives with Liberal Leader Mark Rutte serving as Prime Minister. Prominent Labour politician Lodewijk Asscher a former alderman of Amsterdam served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment.
  • The second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the executive branch of the Dutch government from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the conservative-liberal People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the social-democratic Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The cabinet was a centrist grand coalition and had a slim majority in the House of Representatives. VVD Leader Mark Rutte served as Prime Minister; prominent PvdA politician Lodewijk Asscher, a former alderman of Amsterdam, served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment.
  • The second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the executive branch of the Government of the Netherlands from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the conservative-liberal People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the social-democratic Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The cabinet was a centrist grand coalition and had a slim majority in the House of Representatives. VVD Leader Mark Rutte served as Prime Minister; prominent PvdA politician Lodewijk Asscher, a former alderman of Amsterdam, served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment.
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  • The Second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the political parties People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The grand coalition (purple) cabinet was a majority government in the House of Representatives. The second of three cabinets headed by Mark Rutte, the Leader of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy, it was the last cabinet installed by Queen Beatrix. Lodewijk Asscher of the Labour Party, an alderman from Amsterdam, served as Deputy Prime Minister.
  • The Second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet was the executive branch of the Dutch Government from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the conservative-liberal People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the social-democratic Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The cabinet was a centrist grand coalition and had a slim majority in the House of Representatives with Liberal Leader Mark Rutte serving as Prime Minister. Prominent Labour politician Lodewijk Asscher a former alderman of Amsterdam served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment. The cabinet served in the middle of the 2010s, domestically it had to deal with disaster of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 which was shot down by a surface-to-air missile killing 193 Dutch citizens passengers, internationally Climate change was a major point of attention. The cabinet suffered several major internal conflicts including multiple cabinet resignations, including the resignation of two Justice Ministers. But completed its entire term and was succeeded by the Third Rutte cabinet following the 2017 election, with 4 years, 355 days in office its the longest serving post-war Dutch cabinet.
  • The second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the executive branch of the Dutch government from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the conservative-liberal People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the social-democratic Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The cabinet was a centrist grand coalition and had a slim majority in the House of Representatives. VVD Leader Mark Rutte served as Prime Minister; prominent PvdA politician Lodewijk Asscher, a former alderman of Amsterdam, served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment. The cabinet served in the middle of the 2010s. Domestically, it had to deal with the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster, which was shot down by a surface-to-air missile killing 193 Dutch citizens onboard, while internationally, climate change was a major point of attention. The cabinet suffered several major internal conflicts such as multiple cabinet resignations, including those of two Justice Ministers. The cabinet completed its entire term, and was succeeded by the third Rutte cabinet following the 2017 election. With 4 years, 355 days in office, it is the longest serving post-war cabinet in the Netherlands.
  • The second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the executive branch of the Dutch government from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the conservative-liberal People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the social-democratic Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The cabinet was a centrist grand coalition and had a slim majority in the House of Representatives. VVD Leader Mark Rutte served as Prime Minister; prominent PvdA politician Lodewijk Asscher, a former alderman of Amsterdam, served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment. The cabinet served in the middle of the 2010s. Domestically, it had to deal with the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster, which was shot down by a surface-to-air missile killing 193 Dutch citizens on board, while internationally, climate change was a major point of attention. The cabinet suffered several major internal conflicts such as multiple cabinet resignations, including those of two Justice Ministers. The cabinet completed its entire term, and was succeeded by the third Rutte cabinet following the 2017 election. With 4 years, 355 days in office, it is the longest serving post-war cabinet in the Netherlands.
  • The second Rutte cabinet, also called the Rutte–Asscher cabinet, was the executive branch of the Government of the Netherlands from 5 November 2012 until 26 October 2017. The cabinet was formed by the conservative-liberal People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the social-democratic Labour Party (PvdA) after the election of 2012. The cabinet was a centrist grand coalition and had a slim majority in the House of Representatives. VVD Leader Mark Rutte served as Prime Minister; prominent PvdA politician Lodewijk Asscher, a former alderman of Amsterdam, served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment. The cabinet served in the middle of the 2010s. Domestically, it had to deal with the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster, which was shot down by a surface-to-air missile killing 193 Dutch citizens on board, while internationally, climate change was a major point of attention. The cabinet suffered several major internal conflicts such as multiple cabinet resignations, including those of two Justice Ministers. The cabinet completed its entire term, and was succeeded by the third Rutte cabinet following the 2017 election. With 4 years, 355 days in office, it is the longest serving post-war cabinet in the Netherlands.
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