Published On: Wed, Sep 27th, 2017

Court of Auditors investigates sale of Curaçao House

Curacao house in The HagueWILLEMSTAD - The Government Accountant Bureau is not in charge of investigating the sale of the old Curaçao in The Hague. The Court of Auditors is in charge.

This is the mandate the government headed by Prime Minister Eugene Rhuggenaath received by parliament.

The Parliament of Curaçao adopted a motion yesterday during a public meeting for the government to hold all those who did not act in accordance with the rules accountable. These are former Prime Ministers Ivar Asjes, Bernhard Whiteman and former Minister Plenipotentiary in The Hague, Marvelyne Wiels.

The purchase of the new Curacao House at the Prinsengracht in The Hague is also being investigated by the Court of Auditors.

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