In comparison to the latest Dutch press, articles written in English are in the minority. See below the article that appeared last week in Dutch, The Magazine. It does contain one error – it says the number of registered Dutch people abroad would not suffice for a ‘preferential’ parliamentary seat. This is not correct: the number of Dutch people abroad that registered is around 50.000 and the number of preferential votes a candidate would need to get elected is about 16.000. Nonetheless, last elections in 2010 showed that the number of people that actually votes can be significantly lower than the number of people that registered. We’ll see what happens but we are fighting for a high number – enjoy the read!