For reasons which seem as inexplicable to me as my love for jelly beans, secretary Johan Remkes of Domestic Affairs survived the debate in the Second Chamber. A 'motion of distrust' was filed, but it didn't get enough votes. In fact, only the LPF voted in favor of it (the same party whose chairman sent a fake threat letter to MP's of his own party), as well as maverick MP Geert Wilders. The latter isn't really that surprising since he filed the motion in the first place.
Considering the huge number of 'backroom meetings' during the night, it seems likely that Remkes is still hanging by a thread. It's probably easier to let him continue for the time being, whilst a suitable replacement is sought in the meantime. After all, it's not like he could do more damage than he has already, and changing captains while navigating the cliffs is never a good idea.
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