Rutte's options after gas survey

Anne Bos, parliamentary historian at the Centre for Parliamentary History (CPG), was a guest on NPO Radio 1's De Dag radio programme on Thursday 9 March. In this broadcast, Anne Bos discusses the reactions and consequences of parliamentary inquiries in history.

Following the parliamentary inquiry into gas extraction in Groningen, what options does Mark Rutte have? This episode looks at what scenarios are available. Should Rutte resign or learn lessons? What can we learn from the past? And, regardless of the political consequence, does a parliamentary inquiry always have an effect? All these questions are addressed in the broadcast.

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Dr A.S. Bos (Anne)