the hague - VVD and PvdA have not yet reached agreement on the budget for next year. That said VVD leader Mark Rutte after the coalition talks with the PvdA on Monday. 'We are talking further this week,' said Rutte.
One of the hot hangings is to increase the salaries of primary school teachers, the wish of the PvdA. Last week, it was clear that the parties would agree on an amount of 270 million euros, although the parties stressed that there was no agreement yet.
The VVD, who initially felt little in favor of the PvdA, would like to do something about it. Probably, the Liberal government's deprivation cabinet draws money to seal the AOW hole for military workers who have to retire earlier.
As the deadline for an agreement approaches, Rutte said last week that 'it's still very questionable whether it's possible to get out. '