There are a couple of articles in Dutch stating that the Pvda are irritated that Teeven has spoken out when nothing on the weed pass has been negotiated yet.http://www.elsevier.nl/web/Nieuws/Polit ... Teeven.htmhttp://www.nu.nl/nieuws/2921470/irritat ... eeven.html
The future of the weed pass is still in the balance because:
The new Dutch Government hasn't been formed yet, and its still possible that all the Left Wing Parties can form a coalition with the CDA thus leaving the VVD in opposition rather than government.
Its also possible that the new government may be formed of 3 or more parties with the VVD, Pvda, D66 and may be even the Socialists which will mean even more ministers opposed to the weed pass.
Even if it is just the VVD and the Pvda, nothing has been negotiated as yet, and during the election the Pvda were campaigning for scrapping the weed pass and a return to greater Dutch tolerance.
The mayors of all the 4 big cities in the Netherlands; Amsterdam, Den Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht all oppose the weed pass so the government is going to have a war on its hands if it decides to go ahead with it. Other places like Haarlem and Breda are also set to give the government hell if they decide to press ahead.