PAR wants to govern, except with MFK and Korsou di Nos Tur
WILLEMSTAD – The political party that joined the government after it had lost its majority, the PAR, announced it was ready to govern again. The leader of the party Zita Jesus-Leito (photo) made that clear during her visit to the Governor, as part of the consultation rounds.
The yellow party won four seats and feels positive about forming a coalition with the big winner MAN, which also won four seats in the new parliament. Priority for the PAR is to stimulate the economy, ensure a better future for young people and reducing poverty.
Jesus-Leito says that MAN has a similar social agenda as the PAR. PAR is open to discussing the possibilities of forming a coalition with most parties, including the now Independent MP Omayra Leeflang. Leeflang left PAR to become Independent after the elections in 2012. PAR did indicate that they will not work with MFK of the convicted politician Gerrit Schotte and Korsou di Nos Tur of Amparo dos Santos.