Unions want a solid government for Curaçao
WILLEMSTAD – Curaçao needs a solid realistically feasible government at this time. This is according to the Roland Ignacio, leader of Central Federation of Unions of Curaçao employees (CGTC).
The new government of Curaçao has to be as stable as possible. Earlier, the trade union movement had pointed to the may Prime Ministers Curaçao has had since 2010. “We want a government that will serve the entire term,” said Ignacio.
In a first analysis of the election, Ignacio argues that what many had expected, that one party would win the election by far but this did not materialize. “The people have chosen. The result is three parties with four seats, a party with three seats, two parties with two seats and two parties with one seat. This means that there must be cooperation. There were also results which no one had expected, but again the people have spoken. It is now important that we get a government that is as strong as possible to lead the country in the coming years.”