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Plasterk
By Edition On Friday, April 7th, 2017
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The Hague once again intervenes with strong hands in the former Antilles

THE HAGUE – The government in The Hague forbids Curaçao to require local employers to employ at least 80 percent of native workers. On Sint Maarten there should be an Integrity Chamber. The Netherlands once again More...

Governor's palace
By Edition On Monday, April 3rd, 2017
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It is official; All authority to organize elections now in the hands of the Governor

The Council of State of the Kingdom agrees WILLEMSTAD – The higher supervision of the Kingdom Government that gives all the authority to the Governor of Curaçao to organize the elections of April 28 this year More...

Pisas
By Edition On Friday, March 31st, 2017
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Interim Premier Pisas: “The Netherlands is biased”

WILLEMSTAD - According to interim Prime Minister Gilmar Pisas, the Netherlands is clearly behind the political parties that are now in the opposition and against the current coalition, including the MFK of the former More...

new government
By Edition On Friday, March 31st, 2017
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Coalition MP: “Let them send a firing squad!”

WILLEMSTAD – Will the Netherlands take over in Curaçao or not? That was the question this morning as the Kingdom Council of Minister met in The Hague to discuss the free elections in Curaçao on April 28 this More...

Dutch parliament
By Edition On Friday, March 31st, 2017
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Dutch Parliament, Plasterk emphasise need for fair Curaçao elections

THE HAGUE – The Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament and Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Ronald Plasterk, during a plenary debate on Thursday, reaffirmed the importance of having the elections More...