Will the next government of the Netherlands be a minority coalition?
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A 'minority coalition' is defined as a government in which the participating parties collectively hold less than 50% of the seats in the Tweede Kamer (the lower house of the Dutch parliament). This includes a "gedoogconstructie," where the government is officially supported by one or more parties that are not formally part of the government coalition, but this support ensures a functioning majority in parliamentary matters.

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I think that you can now resolve this question (as NO) @Bart

How would you rule in case of an Extraparlementair Kabinet? I think I would say such a cabinet has no participating parties, and thus 0% of the seats in Parliament. It would then be a minority cabinet, although not exactly a minority coalition (because there is no coalition).