Anti-lockdown protests have continued in the Netherlands, with scores of people taking to the streets of The Hague to condemn the government’s coronavirus policies. The protest has been met with a forceful police response.
Hundreds of anti-government protesters gathered in The Hague on Sunday on the eve of the country’s general election, which is set to span over three days in order to avoid large crowds gathering at the voting stations as a precaution against the coronavirus.
The protesters carried various placards decrying the government’s strict coronavirus measures. A large banner reading “Love & Freedom: No Dictatorship” was displayed by the activists.