Mona Keijzer

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BornMaria Cornelia Gezina Keijzer
9 October 1968
Edam, Netherlands
Alma materUniversity of Amsterdam
Interests • election fraud
• vaccine passports
PartyChristian Democratic Appeal
Dutch cabinet minister who was sacked by Mark Rutte after criticising COVID-19 vaccine passports

Dutch Minister Mona Keijzer was sacked by Mark Rutte in September 2021 after suggesting that the country’s vaccine passport scheme was “illogical” and the Netherlands should “go back to the old normal.”[1] Removal from cabinet in Holland is highly unusual, as the last occurrence was in 1975 and it set a record for "Rutte 3" having lost 11 ministers.[2]. The media reports suggested she refused to resign.[3]

Keijzer was also part of the fraction in the CDA party who supported MP Pieter Omtzigt in the leadership election and argued that the party had failed to investigate serious signs of an "unfair election" process, which also included allegations of election fraud.[4]

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