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Whilst searching for Willem Barentsz on Britannica.com, I somehow came across an article from the Christian Science Monitor entitled "A letter from Amsterdam". "For weeks, debate has raged over who will succeed Queen Beatrix, after a group of members of parliament said they would not endorse a marriage between Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his Argentine girlfriend, Maxima Zorreguieta. Maxima's father, Jorge, was a civilian minister during the military 1976-1983 dictatorship of Gen. Jorge Videla. During General Videla's rule, thousands of Argentines were jailed, tortured, and killed for their alleged leftist sympathies. The Dutch prime minister's social democratic party, Partij van de Arbeid (PvdA), says Mr. Zorreguieta shares responsibility for those human rights violations". It's not often I've seen non-Dutch articles about this subject, even though it was a big issue here. I wonder what people think. Let me know, if you have an opinion.