Dutch Labour Party

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The Labour Party (Dutch: Partij van de Arbeid, literally "Party of the Labour", PvdA), is a social-democratic political party in the Netherlands. Since the Dutch general election, 2003, the PvdA has been the second largest political party in the Netherlands. The PvdA was a coalition member in the fourth Balkenende cabinet since February 22, 2007. On February 20, 2010, the party withdrew from the government after arguments over the Dutch role in Afghanistan.


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