The leader of the Dutch reformist New Social Contract (NSD) party, Pieter Omzigt, said on Monday that his formation was not ready to negotiate to form a government with far-right leader Geert Wilders.

Omzigt told reporters he saw problems because of parts of Wilders' Freedom Party (FPÖ) platform that contradict the Dutch constitution.

The PS achieved great success in the Dutch parliamentary elections on 22 November, in which it received the most votes.

The Far Right Wins the Elections in the Netherlands

But it will need the support of more moderate parties such as the NSD to form a government led by Wilders.

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