Published On: Mon, Aug 18th, 2014

Wilsoe denies problems within Pueblo Soberano

Minister Elmer WilsoeWILLEMSTAD – The Member of Parliament for the coalition party Pueblo Soberano (PS), Elmer Wilsoe disputes the allegations that there are problems within his party. During the weekly PS party meeting, Wilsoe spoke against the notion that members of the party would like to see the Prime Minister, Ivar Asjes resign.

“In every marriage have you ever difference of opinion, but that's no reason to separate,” the MP said. Last Tuesday the PS faction in Parliament voted against a proposal for modification of the Sanctions Ordinance, something PS Prime Asjes himself had strongly advocated in favor of.

That prompted some to ask for the resignation of the Prime Minister. But last weekend this was vigorously rejected by Wilsoe. He pointed out that you don’t have to get a divorce just because there is a disagreement.

Wilsoe stressed that Ivar Asjes PS is the Prime Minister and remains in this position because he was appointed to head the government by the last year murdered PS leader and founder Helmin Wiels.

The MP also discussed the Sanctions Ordinance substantively. The adjustment of the Sanctions Ordinance assumes that sanctions imposed by the European Union (EU) must also be adopted through local law. At this time, this has been arranged for the penalties imposed by the United Nations (UN).

Wilsoe stated that the MPs who voted in favor of the proposal will never be able to attend meetings of the Parlatino, the Latin American Parliament.

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