First Rutte cabinet

cabinet

The First Rutte cabinet, also called Rutte I cabinet or Rutte I, was a Dutch cabinet, which governed the Netherlands from October 14, 2010 until November 5, 2012 (outgoing from April 23, 2012).

First Rutte cabinet (queen Beatrix and the ministers)
First Rutte cabinet (the ministers and deputy ministers)

It consisted of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). It was supported by the Party for Freedom (PVV).

The Prime Minister was Mark Rutte (VVD), the Deputy Prime Minister Maxime Verhagen.

It was succeeded by the Second Rutte cabinet.

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