Opposition leader Geert Wilders has filed an official police complaint accusing prime minister Mark Rutte of illegally discriminating against Dutch people.

Legal experts said the move had 'no chance' of succeeding, mainly because Wilders' complaint concerns laws that Rutte has submitted to Parliament in his job as prime minister rather than his behaviour as an individual.


Accommodation facilities for asylum seekers, free healthcare for refugees with no income and the abolition of dividend tax to attract overseas investors are all examples of legislation where the government discriminates in favour of foreigners, according to the PVV leader.

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