In the new ballot paper (stembiljet) for the Dutch general election, 2017, some parties have logos whereas others do not, as shown below. Why?
Translation of the ballot paper (Stembiljet):
Ballot paper for the election of members of the Second Chamber of the States-General on Wednesday 15 March 2017.
Step 1: in step one, colour the white circle for the list of your choice red, black, blue, or green.
Step 2: Colour at step two the white dot at the number of the candidate of your choice red, black, blue, or green.
Names of candidates are listed in the candidate overview.
Be careful: first choose a list in step 1 or your vote will be invalid.
The actual ballot (stembiljet) I received in the mail looks identical.
NB: I am voting from abroad and this is a new layout for the ballot paper (stembiljet). I believe voters in The Netherlands receive the old version, which does not include logos for any party.
I suspect it is because those parties did not register their logos but that is just speculation.