Thus Kok's second term became notable for resigning twice.The second Kok cabinet remained in place as a caretaker cabinet, which had to cope with the murder of Fortuyn, and the CDA with leader Jan Peter Balkenende winning the elections.
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Moreover, allegations of expenses abuse were made against Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Bram Peper from the time he was mayor of Rotterdam.
On 13 March 2000 Peper resigned as minister, according to himself to no longer bring problems to the public government, and to be better able to defend himself.
The caretaker cabinet stepped down on 22 July 2002, when the Cabinet Balkenende I was installed.
Kok was highly praised for his Third Way and polder model philosophies and for the success of leading his Purple Coalitions.
The market was allowed more influence in the economy.
This led to a policy of tax reduction, economizing, and trying to keep people out of social care by supporting employment; large infrastructure projects were set in motion.The main aim of the Cabinet Kok I was to create employment.The Dutch economy had been in a deep recession for years.The cabinet had both left-wing and right-wing political parties as a part of it.There was no strong opposition in the House of Representatives.Willem Kok was born on 29 September 1938, in Bergambacht in the Netherlands Province of South Holland, the son of Willem Kok (29 March 1910 – 10 January 1981) a carpenter and Neeltje de Jager (17 October 1913 – ) After completing his studies in business at the Nyenrode Business Universiteit, he started his career in 1961 at the socialist Netherlands Association of Trade Unions (NVV), where he was chairman from 1973 until 1982.