Published On: Tue, Aug 19th, 2014

Tripartite between parliaments signed two resolutions

ParliamentWILLEMSTAD, PHILLIPSBURG - Two resolutions were signed on Tuesday, during the tripartite meeting in Phillipsburg Sint Maarten, between the delegations of the parliaments of Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten. The intention is that the parliament of Curaçao should formalize these resolutions through a motion.

The resolutions have to be ratified by the parliaments of the three islands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten. This tripartite was requested by Aruba to come up with a resolution on how to deal with conflict within the Kingdom.

The Curaçao delegation consisted of the members of the permanent committee on Kingdom Relations, Inter Parliamentary Relations and Foreign Relations, Mr. Elmer Wilsoe (President of the committee), Mr. Alex Rosaria, Mr. Humphrey Davelaar, Mr. Glenn Sulvaran, Mrs. Zita Jesus-Leito, Mrs. Omayra Leeflang, Mr. Amerigo Thode, Mr. Charles Cooper, the President of parliament, Mr. Marcolino Franco and the clerk, Mr. Selvin Cijntje.

The Curacao delegation was well represented by both the coalition as the opposition, while the Aruban opposition party MEP did not attend. According to the MEP, the government party AVP persuaded the other parliaments to rush this dialogue. The aim, according to MEP's leader, Wever-Croes, is to seek allegiance with the other parliaments for the Aruban government and its alleged fight to maintain its autonomy and the illegal interference of the Netherlands in the public finances.

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