People across The Netherlands are casting their ballots in crucial legislative elections.
The vote on Wednesday has come down to a tight race between Prime Minister Mark Rutte's centre-right party and that of far-right, anti-Islam populist's Geert Wilders.
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Ahead of the vote, opinion polls showed Rutte's liberal VVD narowly leading the race, and even if Wilders' PVV emerges as the biggest party in parliament, it is unlikely to obtain the majority of the 150 seats enabling it to form a government.
Most parties have pledged not to form a government coalition with the PVV.