Tag archive for ‘manifesto’
By The Publisher On Monday, January 8th, 2024

National Alliance manifesto appeals to voters with lower taxes

  PHILIPSBURG — The National Alliance (NA) manifesto for the upcoming elections is a 30-plus pages document that outlines the party’s plans for the immediate future. There are a lot of initiatives that More...

By The Publisher On Monday, January 8th, 2024

USP want English as formal language in court

PHILIPSBURG — The manifesto of the United St. Maarten party (USP) promises voters a myriad of initiatives. A key issue seems to be the intention to create a legal framework that always gives born St. Maarteners More...

By The Publisher On Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

Only one party published manifesto in timely manner

Philipsburg — The Electoral Council would like to remind all political parties contesting the upcoming parliamentary elections that in accordance with the National Ordinance on Registration and Finances of More...

By The Publisher On Friday, February 23rd, 2018

Jacobs: NA manifesto is solution oriented, addresses concerns in community

GREAT BAY — National Alliance (NA) Leader Silveria Jacobs says the party’s manifesto is a comprehensive solution-oriented document that addresses the many concerns of residents in the community ranging from More...

By The Publisher On Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

From the SHTA: To all political parties participating in the upcoming election

Philipsburg — The St. Maarten Hospitality & Trade Association (SHTA) issued a press statement directed to all political parties participating in the upcoming election containing a series of questions in More...

By The Publisher On Sunday, January 28th, 2018

A Manifesto or a Governing Program?

Two major documents play a pivotal role in the electoral process. They are a party’s political program, popularly known as the manifesto and the governing accord which we call the governing program. By law parties More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, January 25th, 2018

Christian Party wants cut in politicians’ salaries

PHILIPSBURG – The St. Maarten Christian Party (SMCP) wants to reduce the salaries of members of Parliament by 15 percent – therefore, from $11,539 a month to $9,808. If a motion in Parliament to this extent More...