April 23, 2012

Dutch Populist Wilders Bets on Anti-Euro Vote

Anthony Deutsch, Reuters

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Dutch populist Geert Wilders, who gained prominence denouncing Islam and railing against immigrants, is betting his political future on the anti-euro vote.

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