05 December 2011

Prime ministers of Caribbean autonomous countries meet in Curacao ahead of meeting with Dutch Kingdom


Prime Ministers prepare for Kingdom meeting
PHILIPSBURG, Willemstad - The Prime Ministers of Aruba, Curacao and St.Maarten met in Curacao this week, and high on the agenda were among others, the meeting of the Kingdom to be held in December.
The rights of the islands of Curacao and St. Maarten to seek their independence was one of the points discussed by the Prime Ministers in preparation for the Kingdom talks.
According to the prime Minister of St. Maarten Sarah Wescot-Williams. both St. Maarten and Curacao can learn a lot from the Island of Aruba noting that Aruba has a lot of experience with the constitutional status of "separate status" within the Dutch Kingdom.
Prime Minister of Aruba Mike Eman stated that corporation is an avenue for benefits to be had for all of the islands.