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Wilders: Dutch coalition talks ignore his 1.3 million voters

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - Anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders said Wednesday that political parties discussing the makeup of the next Dutch ruling coalition are shutting him out and sidelining 1.3 million people who voted for his party in last week's parliamentary elections.

"I regret it seriously," Wilders said. "It should not happen and I think that many people will not understand it."

Wilders spoke after meeting with caretaker Health Minister Edith Schippers, who is holding talk

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