1 Dutch citizens living on the Netherlands Antilles or on Aruba are not entitled to vote for the Dutch or European Parliament. The Netherlands Antilles and Aruba both have their own parliament, and the islands are not part of the European Union.
However, Dutch citizens who resided in the Netherlands for more than 10 years or who work on the Netherlands Antilles or Aruba for the Dutch government (mostly army personnel) are entitled to vote for the Dutch or European Parliament.
2For elections for the European Parliament EU citizens without Dutch nationality have the choice to vote for the Dutch seats or for the seats of their home country. Voting for both is not allowed.
TK = Tweede Kamer/Second Chamber
EP = European Parliament
PS = Provinciale Staten/Provincial Parliament
GR = Gemeenteraad/Municipal Council