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The Estates of Curaçao
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Legislative power is shared by the government and the legislature. The legislature or Estates of Curaçao (Staten van Curaçao) consist of 21 members, each elected for a four year term in a general election. The first Estates were installed on 10 October 2010, the date of the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles, and consist of the members of the island council elected on 27 August 2010.

The first Speaker of the Estates was Ivar Asjes (Pueblo Soberano), while Amerigo Thodé (Movementu Futuro Korsou) was Vice Speaker.

Members of the Curacao Parliament.

Members of the Estates
Member's Name Party
Ivar O.O. Asjes Sovereign People (PS)
Melvin V.E. Cijntje Sovereign People (PS)
Jaime L. Cordoba Sovereign People (PS)
Helmin M. Wiels Sovereign People (PS)
Elmer R. Wilsoe Sovereign People (PS)
Monique H. Koeyers-Felida Movement for the Future (MFK)
Gilmar S. Pisas Movement for the Future (MFK)
Gerrit F. Schotte Movement for the Future (MFK)
Jacintha V.A. Scoop-Constancia Movement for the Future (MFK)
Amerigo C. Thode Movement for the Future (MFK)
Eugene G. Cleopa Partido pa Adelanto i Inovashon Soshal (PAIS)
Marcolino C.F. Franco Partido pa Adelanto i Inovashon Soshal (PAIS)
Marilyn C. Moses Partido pa Adelanto i Inovashon Soshal (PAIS)
Alex D.Rosaria Partido pa Adelanto i Inovashon Soshal (PAIS)
Zita A.M. Jesus-Leito Party for the Restructured Antilles (PAR)
Emily S. De Jongh-Elhage Party for the Restructured Antilles (PAR)
Omayra V.E. Leeflang Party for the Restructured Antilles (PAR)
Glenn T. Sulvaran Party for the Restructured Antilles (PAR)
Charles F. Cooper Partido MAN (MAN)
Hensley F. Koeiman Partido MAN (MAN)
Humphrey A. Davelaar National People's Party (PNP)
source: http://www.parlamento.cw
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