Majority wants to cancel or postpone elections through The Hague
WILLEMSTAD - The new majority in parliament will not accept the snap elections called for April 28 this year. According to the leader of the majority, Gerrit Schotte, they will not go down without a fight.
The MFK leader proposed to empower the President of Parliament Gilmar Pisas to advocate at the Kingdom Council of Minister for the annulment of the National Decree to dissolve Parliament and to hold new elections.
Schotte is not alone. The faction leaders of the new majority also agree with this proposal. The cost of travel and accommodation are at the expense of parliament.
Those concerned find it incomprehensible that Governor Lucille George-Wout is sticking to the decision of the Cabinet-Koeiman after the departure of the Pueblo Soberano (PS) ministers.