Published On: Tue, Mar 5th, 2013

Controversial establishment regulation gets support from Senate

Sietse FritsmaWILLEMSTAD – The initiative for the controversial bill “establishment regulation” can count on a majority in both the First and the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament. The law, which demands higher requierement for Curaçaoans, Sint Maarteners and Arubans who want to settle in the Netherlands, thanks to the PVV can count on a majority in the Senate.

This was confirmed by PVV MP Sietse Fritsma. The PVV will vote for the law. In Parliament, coalition partners VVD and the PvdA  agreed with the VVD MP André Bosman who introduced legislation. For the PVV, the establishment regulations does not go far enough. They would like to make it possible for the authorities to send criminals from the Dutch Caribbean back to their islands. The party will support PvdA and VVD and vote for the proposal.

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