Minister Römer wants a broader policy
WILLEMSTAD – Curaçao has a new Minister of Traffic, Transportation and Urban Planning (VVRP). Suzanne Camelia-Römer was sworn in as the newest member of the Cabinet Asjes. She replaces former Minister Earl Balborda.
According to Camelia-Römer, she immediately began working. “I immediately started with two trajectories,”
The first relates to urgent matters that should be pursued since the departure of former VVRP minister Earl Balborda. “I'll take this over and just take care of some urgent matters such as aviation,” said the new minister.
“But perhaps even more important is the second trajectory, which is a long-term policy.”
Camelia-Römer wants to hold a conference as soon as possible with the stakeholders. After this conference, her new policy will go to the Council of Ministers and parliament for approval.
“I think we should focus on urgent matters and that there is a lot in terms of policy, but that is has not been brought together in one great vision. You have to know how to divide time between urgent matters and long-term planning, and I've already started from my first day.”