The real chess master

By Hilbert Haar While the formation of a new government is a work in progress the results of the February 26 elections are still interesting enough for further analysis. What changed compared to 2016, the year when the United People’s party (UP) and the National Alliance (NA) each won 5 seats, the United St. Maarten […]

By Hilbert Haar

While the formation of a new government is a work in progress the results of the February 26 elections are still interesting enough for further analysis. What changed compared to 2016, the year when the United People’s party (UP) and the National Alliance (NA) each won 5 seats, the United St. Maarten party (USp) 3 and the Democratic Party (DP)  2?

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In the new parliament the merger of UP and DP (United Democrats0 has 7 seats, the NA stays stationary on 5, the USp loses a seat and holds 2 and newcomer St. Maarten Christian Party has 1.

So who benefited from the merger between the UP and the DP?

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Source: StMaartenNews http://stmaartennews.com/politics/real-chess-master/

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