I think the government will keep on applying limits to what coffeeshops can sell, stock, where they can be located, to whom they can sell. Step by step the government is taking away income for coffeeshops. Until coffeeshops are only important to a nonvocal minority.
The underground will greatly benefit and criminal organizations will profit. They should send flowers to the minister.
All these measures will increase street sales. Current street sales are generally not done by the relaxed hippie type dealer that was present before coffeeshops came, but by those people who are able and willing to cope with the stress of law enforcement hunting for them.
Prices will increase. Stakes will get higher. Violence and weapons will be needed to defend turfs.
cultivation is already illegal in The Netherlands and Law Enforcement is actively hunting for growers, there already are established criminal networks present. These networks will have a field day and are certainly hoping for a more restrictive drug
I suspect that this downward spiral is exactly what the Christian Democrats want. They will be able to point out the criminality that comes with cannabis, and this will fuel further restrictions. Cannabis does not fit into the Christian ideology. As one of the major influential Christian Democrats said 'drugs
are competition to God'.
The Secretary of state for Justice is of the right wing liberal party and previously was a Attorney General / Prosecutor. He naturally has very strong ties to the Law Enforcement scene and those organizations thrive on restrictive drug policy. He was responsible for the ban on magic mushrooms.
The fascists are looking to be as tough on drugs, as they can be.
So with these 3 parties in rule, there is not much hope for Dutch drug policy and the future of coffeeshops.