Elections in Sint Maarten

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Sint Maarten elects a legislature called the Estates of Sint Maarten. As the country has no devolved government, this is the only chosen representation of the island. It consists of 15 members, elected for a four year term by proportional representation. The first estates were elected in 2010 as the island council of the island area Sint Maarten as the elections took place before the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles.

Latest elections[edit]

e • d  Summary of the Sint Maarten general election results, 2010
Parties Party leader Votes  % Seats
National Alliance (NA) William Marlin 6,298 46 7
United People's Party (UPP) Theo Heyliger 4,943 36 6
Democratic Party (DP) Sarah Wescot-Williams 2,339 17 2
Concordia Political Alliance (CPA) Jeffrey Richardson 128 1 0
Total 13,708 100 15
Source: The Daily Herald

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