Rotterdam election results: one less seat for anti-Islam, one more for pro-diversity

Geert Wilders casts his vote in the municipal elections in Duindorp, The Hague, 21 March 2018
Geert Wilders casts his vote in the municipal elections in Duindorp, The Hague, 21 March 2018. (Photo: @geertwilderspvv / Twitter)

The final municipal election results for Rotterdam are in, and they are mostly the same as the interim results. The only difference is that anti-Islam PVV lost one seat in the city council, and pro-diversity party DENK gained one. That shift is due to the distribution of residual seats, NOS reports.

The PVV now stands at one seat, and DENK at four. For the rest the results are the same as the

The seats in Rotterdam's city council are divided as follows:

  • Leefbaar Rotterdam - 11
  • VVD - 5
  • D66 - 5
  • GroenLinks - 5
  • PvdA - 5
  • DENK - 4
  • NIDA - 2
  • SP - 2
  • CDA - 2
  • PVV - 1
  • PvdD - 1
  • 50Plus - 1
  • ChristenUnie/SGP - 1

In Utrecht, followed by the D66.

  • GroenLinks - 12
  • D66 - 10
  • VVD - 6
  • PvdA - 3
  • CDA - 2
  • PvdD - 2
  • DENK - 2
  • ChristenUnie - 2
  • Student & Starter - 2
  • SP - 2
  • PVV - 1
  • Stadsbelang Utrecht - 1

The Hague city council seats:

  • Hart voor Den Haag - 8
  • VVD - 7
  • D66 - 6
  • GroenLinks - 5
  • CDA - 3
  • PvdA - 3
  • Haagse Stadspartij - 3
  • PvdD - 2
  • PVV - 2
  • Islam Democraten - 
  • ChristenUnie/SGP - 1
  • SP - 1
  • NIDA - 1
  • 50Plus - 1
  • PvdE - 1

The Amsterdam results can

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