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Un Kòrsou Hustu (UKH)

Un Kòrsou Hustu (A Just Curaçao, UKH), is a political party on Curaçao founded in January 2015 by Omayra Leeflang. The official launch of the party took place on September 14, 2015 [2], the International Day of Democracy.

Leeflang was moved from the party PAR in June 2013 and continued as an independent member of the United States. In the 2016, estates elections, UKH won a seat, which was subsequently lost in the 2017 elections.

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Leader Omayra LEEFLANG
Founded January 2015
Party Colour Blue
Seats in Estates of Curacao - 2017 0/21
Status Active
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