Parliaments in the Kingdom to discuss delicate issues in Aruba this week
ORANJESTAD, WILLEMSTAD - The political crisis of 2014 is one of the themes that will be discussed this week at the Kingdom Inter-Parliamentary Consultation (IPKO). This consultation, which takes place this time in Aruba and lasts four days, will have the participation of 36 parliamentarians from the four countries of the Kingdom. Chairman of the Parliament of Aruba, Drs. Marisol Lopez-Tromp said in an interview with the Aruban news site NoticiaCla.com that delegations have decided to also be open to each other and in addition to the regular agenda items talk about the problems that occurred in 2014, which have put the relations between the countries under pressure.
Agenda items that are sure to attract the attention are the dispute regulation, the application of Articles 15 and 21 of the Rules of the Governor (cause of the crisis between Aruba and the Netherlands) and the screening of candidates for the position of minister.