A disappointed Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders, who was polling first until late February, finished in second place in the general election on March 15.
Analysts interviewed by CNBC agreed that Wilders' reaction to the result would equal business as usual: continuing as a noisy member of the opposition while also shying away from concrete policy commitments.
Florian Otto, head of Eurasia at Verisk Maplecroft, told CNBC via email that Wilders will “continue sniping from the side lines....
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