WILLEMSTAD–The Government of Curaçao can no longer count on the backing of a majority in Parliament. Only seven weeks into its term, the cabinet headed by Prime Minister Hensley Koeiman (MAN) has fallen.
The “Pueblo Soberano (PS)” two-seat fraction in a letter to Governor Lucille George-Wout said that they no longer support the current government. The letter also states that agreement has meanwhile been reached on forming a new cabinet with various fractions that together do represent a majority of parliamentarians, apparently including MFK (four seats) and KdNT (three).
At the same time PS’ now ex-coalition partners MAN, PAR and PNP still have a combined nine seats in the 21-seat Parliament and were said to be talking with one-seat “Un Kòrsou Hustu” of Omayra Leeflang, one-seat “Movemento Progresivo” of Marylin Moses and independent (former PAR) parliamentarian Eduard Braam to establish a new governing coalition with them.
However, the latter two are said to have formed a bloc and may choose to work with MFK, KdNT and PS instead.
Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/63576-koeiman-cabinet-falls-on-curacao