On January 8, 2023, I write a letter in which I propose that the MinBZK (together with the Island Council of EUX run the gauntlet.
On January 29, 2023, I am writing a letter to the National Coordinator against Discrimination and Racism about the institutional discrimination of Caribbean Netherlands by the NL national government (and its laws and regulations).
At March 19, 2023, I once again write a warm plea to equalize the laws and regulations in the Caribbean Netherlands as much as possible with the European Netherlands. I also make some observations on recent developments on St. Eustatius. At April 12, 2023 I repeat this plea once again.
On April 25, 2023, I will give parliament a glimpse of what public administration looks like in Statia.
On May 15, 2023, I will again write a letter about governance on the island and how to improve it.
On May 21, 2023, I am writing a short note on two issues: money flows to the Caribbean and the disrespectful appointment of the deputy government commissioner of St. Eustatius.
On June 1, 2023, I am writing a short note on the role of the legislator, the actual sitation in the Caribbean Netherlands and the Constitution.
On June 2, 2023, I write a letter about recent current events on Sint Eustatius
On June 11, 2023, I will write a letter about injustice in the Caribbean Netherlands and once again a plea to see the Caribbean Dutch as full-fledged Dutch citizens.
On June 17, 2023, I will write a letter about how the administration on St. Eustatius is treating its nature.
On June 22, 2023, I will write a letter holding up a mirror to the Kingdom Relations Committee.
On June 25, 2023, I am writing a letter in which - in preparation for a debate in the House of Representatives next week - I once again emphatically point out the discriminatory manner in which The Hague acts toward the Caribbean Netherlands. This time I address all members of the House of Representatives of the Senate.
On July 19, 2023, I will write a letter to all members of parliament that the non-existent differences between the Caribbean and European Netherlands - this time in the social sphere - are willfully (?) maintained. Discrimination continues (but verbally "neatly" eliminated).
On August 10, I am again writing a letter to all members of parliament of the Senate and the House of Representatives in which I expose some distressing differences between the Caribbean and the European Netherlands. Surely it is inexplicable that this situation has arisen and continues to exist. A new government must do something about it!
On August 28, I write to the entire Parliament that the BES tax laws also have no constitutional basis. They should simply expire and be replaced by the tax laws as they and European Netherlands apply.