MAN leader heard by investigators
WILLEMSTAD - MAN Party leader Hensley Koeiman was recently questions by the Central Investigation Team in connection with the illegal recording of a private meeting between parliament and the Committee Financial Supervision (CFT) in 2014 by MFK MP Amerigo Thodé.
Thodé who was convicted of recording a secret meeting, in turn filed a complaint against the chairman of the committee Agge Bakker, PAIS MP Alex Rosaria, Alison Manuel (PAIS), President of Parliament Marcolino Franco and MAN leader Hensley Koeiman for violating professional secrecy.
Koeiman has confirmed that he was heard by the Land Investigation Team. Because the complaint is against Members of Parliament, the Public Prosecution (OM) handed over the investigation to the investigation team. The final file on the case has not yet been completed. Once the team’s dossier is completed it will be submitted to the OM.
Based on the final dossier, the OM will decide whether Koeiman, Bakker, Rosaria, Manuel and Franco are suspects and if they should be prosecuted. Thodé demands of the prosecutor to also prosecute these people criminally for violation of official secrecy, because they have committed the same crime as he was convicted of.
According to Thodé, if Koeiman is prosecuted, he cannot become Prime Minister of Curaçao.