Published On: Mon, Dec 16th, 2013

Drayer: ‘Expect no new evidence’

Wiels and AsjesWILLEMSTAD - It is up to the parliament if they accept the situation around the Minister Plenipotentiary Marvelyne Wiels or not. This is according to journalist Dick Drayer in an interview with Radio Hoyer 2. On Monday, the personnel at the Curacao House, the procedures or recent appointments and Wiels’ resume will be on the Parliament’s agenda. Prime Minister Ivar Asjes is accountable for the situation surrounding the Minister Plenipotentiary.

Drayer brought these revelations to light and has since received the files of high-profile cases from various sources. He will also be present during the parliament meeting, but doesn’t expect to hear any new evidence to disprove his story. “All the members of Parliament have the complete file in their possession and these may be used as evidence during the debate with the Prime Minister. I do not expect Asjes to come with evidence, so it is up to Parliament to decide whether they accept this situation or not,” according to Drayer.

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