Dutch anti-immigration politician calls for elections

April 21, 2012 18:08

AMSTERDAM, April 21 (Reuters) - Dutch anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders pulled out of budget talks with the government on Saturday and called for elections to be held "as soon as possible."

"I had hoped we would work something out, but this package is unacceptable for our party and the country," Wilders told reporters. "It's time to go to the Dutch voters."

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