Minister Plenipotentiary of Curaçao
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The Minister Plenipotentiary of Curaçao (Dutch: Gevolmachtigd Minister van Curaçao) represents the constituent country (Dutch: land) of Curaçao in the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The current Minister Plenipotentiary of Curaçao is Leendert Rojer. The Minister Plenipotentiary and his cabinet are seated in the "Curaçaohuis" (Curaçao House) in The Hague (which was the location of the Antillenhuis before the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles).
A significant difference between the Netherlands Ministers and the Ministers Plenipotentiary is that the former Ministers are accountable for their politics and policies to the Dutch parliament. The Ministers Plenipotentiary, however, are accountable to their national governments. Therefore, the Ministers Plenipotentiary usually do not resign in the event of a Dutch cabinet crisis.
List of Ministers Plenipotentiary of Curaçao
The following table lists the Ministers Plenipotentiary of Curaçao that have been in office since Curaçao became a country in the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 2010:
|Sheldry Osepa||10 October 2010–13 February 2013||MFK|
|Roderick Pieters||13 February 2013–7 June 2013||PS|
|Marvelyne Wiels||7 June 2013–23 December 2016||PS|
|Eunice Eisden||23 December 2016–13 April 2017||Partido MAN|
|Leendert Rojer||13 April 2017–|
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- RNW.nl - Antillenhuis wordt Curaçaohuis
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