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Members of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands, 2012–present

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Members of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands, 2012–present

The list of members of the House of Representatives, 2012–present is the list of members of the House of Representatives - the lower house of the States-General of the Netherlands - according to the outcome of the Dutch general election of 2012. The members of the new House of Representatives have been installed on September 20, 2012. There will be a sizable number of mutations since due to the particular nature of the Dutch constitutional system. New members are supplied from their party lists so the resignation of individual members' seats does not change the balance of power in the States-General.

Only the originally elected and installed members are represented in this list, the current members are to be found in the template below this page.

Parties

People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD - 41)

Labour Party (PvdA - 38)

Party for Freedom (PVV - 15)

Socialist Party (SP - 15)

Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA - 13)

Democrats 66 (D66 - 12)

ChristianUnion (CU - 5)

GreenLeft (GL - 4)

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