Harry Kisoensingh

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Harry Kisoensingh (22 September 1954 in Nickerie District, Suriname – 27 April 2008), was chairman of the Union of Progressive Surinamese and was a Surinamese educator.[1]

He was vice chairman of the National Assembly of Suriname from 1996 to 2000, while being in the opposition.

On 30 May 1999, he was reelected to the chairmanship of the HPP.[clarification needed]

Uncovered scandals[edit]

He uncovered several political scandals:

  • Illegal sand and clay digging activities at plantation Waterloo[2]
  • Illegal transactions at Staats Olie[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "In Memoriam: Harry Kisoensingh" (in Dutch). nickerie.net. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  2. ^ Illegal sand and clay digging activities at plantation Waterloo
  3. ^ Illegal transactions at Staats Olie