Opposition wants annual accounts MDPT
WILLEMSTAD – The opposition parties in Parliament have not yet received the annual accounts from the Multi-disciplinary Project Team (MDPT) which is in charge of the modernization of the oil refinery and finding a new operator. The parliamentary meeting on the MDPT is scheduled for April 13.
For a long time, it was unclear what the tasks, powers and responsibilities of the team were. There is still much to improve with the finances. Prime Minister Eugene Rhuggenaath has announced that the MDPT must be merged with the public company Refineria di Korsou (Curaçao Refinery) which owns the refinery installations at Schottegat.
The opposition has requested a meeting on this subject, but according to parliamentarian Menki Rojer of Korsou di nos Tur, he still has no annual accounts of the Prime Minister. According to Rojer, the opposition needs these reports to prepare for the upcoming meeting.