PHILIPSBURG– “A blind man could have seen this coming,” United Democrats (UD) Member of Parliament (MP) Sarah Wescot-Williams said on Sunday in reaction to news that St. Maarten will not be receiving some NAf. 39 million in liquidity support until Parliament clarifies its position on the petition recently submitted to the United Nations (UN) and confirms approval for the Caribbean Entity for Reform and Development COHO.
MP Sarah Wescot is of the opinion that the longer the government pussyfoots around the division in the coalition on the topic of the UN petition, the more detrimental it gets.
MP Wescot elaborates: “By now, the Prime Minister should have received the Kingdom Council of State’s advice on the draft COHO kingdom law and while this advice should be treated with confidentiality, I highly doubt that the St. Maarten government and its coalition MPs in parliament will not discuss th
MP Sarah Wescot Williams Was Up Last Night Stewing After Rolando Brison Lied About Her And Pissed Her Off
…I could not agree more. Question is how long can we keep up this brinkmanship. I post the original Dutch post, because I like the expression “… laveert de St. Maartense regering behendig…”
But also “…terwijl er eigenlijk niks in staat…” 🤔🤔
It’s Not Sint Maarten Vs. The Dutch. It Is Grisha Marten Vs. Sarah Wescot Williams And Melissa Gumbs
“In questioning and strongly objecting to this modus operandi of the presidium of Parliament in the meeting of this morning [Wednesday], which regretfully was closed-door, reference was constantly made of the motion of November of last year. It seems to be that the supporters of that motion of last year regarding decolonisation are of the opinion that their president/presidium of Parliament has carte blanche where it pertains to contacting services and firms based on that moti
In the Calypso video, “Willy Dead”, you see then Prime Minister Sarah Wescot Williams, dancing the ‘death dance of the Tarantula spider” She is dressed in Black and Red, the traditional colors […]
Former Prime Minister and current Parliamentarian Sarah Wescot Williams is curious as to the exact role the Dutch Secret Service played in the screening of minister candidates for the Gumbs Cabinet. A […]