Betrian: “There is more to do, but it’s up to the new cabinet”

POSTED: 01/2/13 12:27 PM

WILLEMSTAD — Stanley Betrian’s outgoing interim cabinet had its last meeting with the press last weekend. Betrian, Minister of Finance Dr. Jose Jardim, Minister of Economic Development Mr. Cornelis Smits, Minister Transportation, Communication and Urban Planning Dominique Adriaens and Minister of Public Health, Environment and Labor Stanley Bodok each had an opportunity to say farewell to the media. The only one returning in the transitional government is Dr. Jose Jardim as Minister of Finance. He was appointed by the Independent Parliamentarian Glenn Sulvaran.

The interim government has fulfilled its duty and assignments given by former buy valium 2mg online uk Governor Frits Goedgedrag, Betrian said. Those assignments were; prepare for upcoming elections (on October 19, 2012), restore democracy in parliament, restore relations in the Kingdom, resolve the financial situation of the island and prepare measures to screen each candidate minister after the elections.

The interim government has brought peace and tranquility after some tumultuous times during the last months of the ousted Schotte-government.

Betrian: “We had to limit ourselves to the assignments given by the governor. We have a balanced budget for 2013. There is more to do, but that’s up to the new government.”


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