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Maria Liberia Peters
By Edition On Monday, May 14th, 2018
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Open letter to ConocoPhillips

I feel very much obliged to let my voice be heard on behalf of the concerned people of Curaçao, in particular those who are directly or indirectly dependent on the Refinery of Curaçao for their daily basic needs More...

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By Edition On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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Former Prime Minister receives award at WPL Conference

WILLEMSTAD - Former Prime Minister of the Netherlands Antilles, Maria Liberia-Peters recently received the lifetime achievement award at the conference of the Woman Political Leader Global Forum (WPL). The Women More...

Maria Liberia Peters
By Edition On Thursday, November 9th, 2017
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Maria Liberia-Peters resigns as member MDPT

WILLEMSTAD - Maria Liberia-Petes is no longer member of the Multi-Disciplinary Project Team (MDPT), which is the organization responsible for the future of the refinery. The former Prime Minister of the Netherlands More...

Maria Liberia Peters
By Edition On Tuesday, March 10th, 2015
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Former PNP leader deeply disappointed in her party

WILLEMSTAD - Former Prime Minister and party leader Maria Liberia-Peters is deeply disappointed about the latest developments in the PNP. In a letter to the board of the coalition party she expresses her disappointment More...

Maria Liberia Peters
By Edition On Friday, January 2nd, 2015
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Liberia-Peters criticizes own coalition

WILLEMSTAD - Former Prime Minister of the Netherlands Antilles, Maria Liberia-Peters criticized the current coalition. Her party, the PNP, is part of this government. According to Liberia-Peters she misses the communication More...

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By Edition On Monday, March 17th, 2014
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Tribute to first woman in Parliament

WILLEMSTAD - On March 17, 1949, exactly 65 years ago, women in Curaçao, for the first time, received voting rights. Through the introduction of universal suffrage, it became possible for men and women over 25 years More...