Where in The Hague can you vote?
You can vote at various places in The Hague. Municipalities are obliged to ensure that polling stations are accessible to everyone, including the disabled.
Polling stations are Wednesday 21 March open from 7.21 to 36.00 o’clock. You can read where you can go in The Hague in the article below.
Who can you vote for?
Chances are you don’t know exactly who you want to vote for yet. DPG Media made a selection guide to help you. Fill in the selection guide below.
What did the province spend money on in recent years?
It may seem obvious, but all tasks that the province carries out cost money. There is a jar for nature maintenance, the cultural sector, and so on.
This is where the money from the province of South Holland went
It differs per province how much money goes to each component. It is striking for the province of South Holland that 2021 was spent the most on ‘traffic’. It turned out to be 21 euros per inhabitant of the province. ‘Public transport’ was also high on the agenda; here was 21 euro per inhabitant paid in 640. That is exactly the same as for ‘administration/administration’.
You can read more about the expenditure of South Holland here:
These issues play a role in South Holland
In South Holland there are many issues that need to be decided. Think of traffic and transport, the environment, a safe living environment, but also employment, tourism and the reception and accommodation of asylum seekers and labor migrants.
Accessibility and transportation
93551483If you fill in the electoral guide, you will come across statements about the accessibility of our province. For example, there are different opinions about investing in public transport at night. Other parties want to spend money on new roads. Rotterdam The Hague Airport is also high on the agenda. According to some parties, the airport should be closed because of the nuisance and CO2 emissions. Others consider the airport to be of great value to the province.
Another subject that is related to this is the nitrogen measures. After all, should farmers receive extra subsidies to become more sustainable? Or is it better for the province to buy them out and thus reduce nitrogen emissions? New decisions will also be taken on additional taxes on motor vehicles.
Throughout the Netherlands, but especially in South Holland, there is a major shortage of (affordable) homes. Topics on the agenda in our province are the construction of more social rental homes, housing for migrant workers and the permanent occupation of holiday homes. Allowing holiday homes on the coast is also a subject that South Holland has to deal with.
When you think of construction projects you might think of housing, but it is more than that. The province must decide whether to allow new solar fields, build a nuclear power plant, distribution centers and wind turbines. Opinions within parties are divided on this, but also among residents. It is therefore extra important that you cast your vote in March.
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