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CC | Minister Cijntje denies accusations of misconduct

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Persbureau Curacao

WILLEMSTAD – Minister Ruisandro Cijntje of Economic Development (MEO) denies the accusations against him that he would have misconducted himself towards a security guard at an entertainment venue.

The incident is said to have occurred at the entrance of an entertainment venue, where Cijntje confronted a security staff member who wanted to conduct a check on him. The minister is alleged to have refused to cooperate with the check, possibly leading to a verbal and potentially physical confrontation. A voice message is circulating on social media in which the security guard claims to have suffered injuries.

However, Cijntje refutes all accusations, stating that the security guard continued working, indicating that there was nothing wrong with her. Additionally, the minister mentions that there are individuals within his own party aiming for his position.

The incident has sparked an intense discussion within the PNP (Partido Nashonal di Pueblo) about the minister’s behavior. Party leader Ruthmilda Larmonie-Cecilia has publicly expressed her concern about the way internal party issues have surfaced without directly addressing Cijntje’s behavior.

Cijntje denies the accusations in a statement to the media, claiming that the story has been taken out of context to damage his reputation, especially now that the campaign season has started. He emphasizes that he was sober and refers to video footage as evidence of the absence of aggressive behavior on his part.

Bron: Curacao Chronicle

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