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List of political parties in the Netherlands Antilles

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List of political parties in the Netherlands Antilles

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Netherlands Antilles

Political parties in the Netherlands Antilles were generally limited to one of the six islands that made up the Netherlands Antilles where they would participate in island council elections and in their Island's constituency of the Estates of the Netherlands Antilles.

After the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles in 2010 (and the split off of Aruba in 1986), many of the parties stayed participating in the politics of their respective islands.

Contents

  • The parties 1
    • Curaçao 1.1
    • Sint Maarten 1.2
    • Bonaire 1.3
    • Sint Eustatius 1.4
    • Saba 1.5
  • See also 2

The parties

Curaçao

Sint Maarten

Bonaire

Sint Eustatius

Saba

See also

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