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St. Eustatius Empowerment Party (STEP)

The St. Eustatius Empowerment Party (STEP) is a political party in Sint Eustatius.

The STEP won 17.6% of the votes and one of five seats in the Island Council in the first elections after Sint Eustatius became part of the Netherlands upon the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles in 2011.

Following the election, a new coalition government was formed among STEP, the Progressive Labour Party (PLP), and the United People’s Coalition (UPC), with a combined three of five seats in the Island Council.

The STEP won 8.4% of the votes in the 2015 Island Council election, but failed to win any seats.

Leader Franklin BROWN
Party Colours Yellow, Black
Island Council seats 0/5
Status Active
Political Parties in St Eustatius
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