Raymond Knops

Minister Of Interior, Raymond Knops Under Fire: Dutch Parliament Debating Minister Knops For The Next Six Hours And Ask Questions About Sint Maarten, Aruba, And Curacao Latest Update

The first term Chamber in the policy debate #Krijksrelaties has come to an end. Senators @Peter_Schalk, Peter Nicolaï @PartijvdDieren and @TonRaven were the last speakers. The debate is suspended until 4.55 pm, after which the answer will be given by State Secretary @RaymondKnops. https://t.co/fCbh0bJAbV
Dutch Parliament Is Questioning Minister Knops For The Next Six Hours
The Debate Is About Sint Maarten, Aruba and Curacao’s Budget and more. Many unanswered questions, as Knops vacates his Ministerial post, in the coming weeks. Knops is in the Hot Seat, right now, Thursday April 6th 2021. Members of the Tweede Kamer will be asking question in a debate with State Secretary and Minister Of the Interior, Raymond Knops, to discuss the cooperation the island countries within the Dutch Kingdom Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten and also the Special Island Gemeentes of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba. It is Minister Knops’ final few weeks Office, so they really want to question him before he’s gone The Senate wants to use the discussion of the budget for Kingdom Relations to exchange ideas more deeply with Knops now that the end of his term of office is approaching. The following senators will speak: Paul Rosenmöller (GroenLinks), Arda Gerkens (SP), Toine Beukering (Nanninga Group, ex-Forum for Democracy), Jeroen Recourt (PvdA), Boris Dittrich (D66), Ria Oomen (CDA) , Annemarie Jorritsma (VVD), Peter Schalk (SGP), Peter Nicolaï (Party for the Animals) and Ton Raven (Independent States faction). The debate can be followed on Tuesday from 1.55 p.m. (Dutch time) Some of this info gleened from

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