Labor gov't: Dutch PM Rutte wants to form Liberals

September 14, 2012 10:17

AMSTERDAM - Dutch Prime Minister and Liberal Party leader Mark Rutte said on Friday he wanted to form a coalition government with the Labor Party that may also include other parties.

Rutte's Liberal Party became the biggest in the Dutch lower house of parliament in a general election on Wednesday, winning 41 seats, to Labor's 38, according to the most recent forecast.

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