Residents Dutch Caribbean islands negative about governments
WILLEMSTAD - Residents of the five former Netherlands Antilles islands gave negative judgments about their own government. According to a study by the Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KIT.
Politicians would not be reliable and represent the people poorly. Arubans and Saba are the least negative, while Curaçao is the most negative about their own politicians.
The results do not apply to the sixth island, St. Maarten. Local interviewers might have tampered with the investigation.