Koeiman: “No more appointments or binding agreements by caretaker government”
WILLEMSTAD – The MAN leader and most likely next Prime Minister of Curaçao, Hensley Koeiman has reminded the Prime Minister Dr. Bernhard Whiteman to only look after the current state of affairs and to refrain from nominations of individuals in government positions. Koeiman also wants Whiteman to refrain from making or signing binding agreements for the next government.
Koeiman made this clear in a letter to the current Prime Minister of Curaçao. Koeiman is not only concerned about the appointment of people in the government apparatus or in public companies, but also explicitly on the current situation with the oil refinery. Koeiman refers to the negotiations on the future of the oil refinery on the island.
As is known, the government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese company Guandong Zhenrong. Koeiman wants the government to put further negotiations on hold. The next Prime Minister also requested the government to cancel the planned trip to China, which was organized by the so-called Multidisciplinary Project Team (MDPT).