Le cabinet Kok II (en néerlandais : Kabinet-Kok II) est le gouvernement du Royaume des Pays-Bas entre le 3 août 1998 et le 22 juillet 2002, durant la trente-et-unième législature de la Seconde chambre.

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  • Le cabinet Kok II (en néerlandais : Kabinet-Kok II) est le gouvernement du Royaume des Pays-Bas entre le 3 août 1998 et le 22 juillet 2002, durant la trente-et-unième législature de la Seconde chambre.
  • The Second cabinet of Wim Kok was the government of the Netherlands headed by Prime Minister Wim Kok during 1998 to 2002.After the elections to the House of Representatives on 6 May 1998, the allocation of the 150 seats was:ChristenUnie was formed from the combination of two parties, GPV and RPF, which had contested the elections separately.The new cabinet was the successor of the first cabinet of Wim Kok and was formed from the same coalition of PvdA, VVD and D66. It was also known as the 'tweede paarse kabinet' ('second purple cabinet') called such because it contained both the social-democratic PvdA (red) and the liberal VVD (blue). The aim of the cabinet was to continue the policy of cabinet Kok I, which was concerned with economizing, tax reduction and making an end to unemployment. Wim Kok was the prime minister, Annemarie Jorritsma as the vice-prime minister for the VVD, and Els Borst for D66. The cabinet was considered boring, because both left-wing and right-wing political parties were a part of it. There was no strong opposition in the parliament.The cabinet completed processes of liberalisation which were started by the previous cabinet: the legalisation of prostitution in 2000, same-sex marriage in 2001 and Euthanasia in 2002.This cabinet was notable for resigning twice. The first time was in May 1999, when D66 stepped out of the coalition when proposed legislation entered by this party was blocked; through negotiations the crisis was solved and the cabinet stayed together. The second and final time was on 16 April 2002, just one month before the next election, when prime minister Kok wished to resign over the NIOD report into the fall of Srebrenica in 1995 and the other ministers had no choice but to follow him. The Second Kok cabinet remained in place as a caretaker cabinet until 22 July 2002, when it was replaced by the first Balkenende cabinet.
  • Das Zweite Kabinett Kok bildete vom 3. August 1998 bis 22. Juli 2002 die Regierung der Niederlande. Es war eine Koalition aus der sozialdemokratischen PvdA und den liberalen Parteien VVD und D66, ein sogenanntes „lila Kabinett“ (paars kabinet).
  • Het kabinet-Kok II was het Nederlandse kabinet van 3 augustus 1998 tot 22 juli 2002. Het staat ook bekend als het tweede Paarse kabinet.
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  • Le cabinet Kok II (en néerlandais : Kabinet-Kok II) est le gouvernement du Royaume des Pays-Bas entre le 3 août 1998 et le 22 juillet 2002, durant la trente-et-unième législature de la Seconde chambre.
  • Das Zweite Kabinett Kok bildete vom 3. August 1998 bis 22. Juli 2002 die Regierung der Niederlande. Es war eine Koalition aus der sozialdemokratischen PvdA und den liberalen Parteien VVD und D66, ein sogenanntes „lila Kabinett“ (paars kabinet).
  • Het kabinet-Kok II was het Nederlandse kabinet van 3 augustus 1998 tot 22 juli 2002. Het staat ook bekend als het tweede Paarse kabinet.
  • The Second cabinet of Wim Kok was the government of the Netherlands headed by Prime Minister Wim Kok during 1998 to 2002.After the elections to the House of Representatives on 6 May 1998, the allocation of the 150 seats was:ChristenUnie was formed from the combination of two parties, GPV and RPF, which had contested the elections separately.The new cabinet was the successor of the first cabinet of Wim Kok and was formed from the same coalition of PvdA, VVD and D66.
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