Prime Minister of Holland see how down to earth he is

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 Netherlands' Prime Minister Mark Rutte arrives on his bike at the Prime Minister's Catshuis residence in The Hague, Netherlands, Thursday, March 29, 2012. Rutte and his two most important allies are meeting Thursday to decide whether to continue talks on spending cuts that would bring the Netherlands' budget deficit within European guidelines. The most likely alternative is new national elections. All eyes are on politician Geert Wilders, whose anti-Islam party helps Rutte's all-conservative Cabinet reach a majority in parliament. AP Photo logo AP Photo 1 month ago

 

Netherlands’ Prime Minister Mark Rutte arrives on his bike at the Prime Minister’s Catshuis residence in The Hague, Netherlands, Thursday, March 29, 2012. Rutte and his two most important allies are meeting Thursday to decide whether to continue talks on spending cuts that would bring the Netherlands’ budget deficit within European guidelines. The most likely alternative is new national elections. All eyes are on politician Geert Wilders, whose anti-Islam party helps Rutte’s all-conservative Cabinet reach a majority in parliament.