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1985 Aruban general election

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General elections were held in Aruba on 22 November 1985 to elect the Island Council.[1][2] They were held shortly before Aruba was split from the Netherlands Antilles and obtained the status of a 'land' (country) within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.[3] The Island Council was converted into the first Estates of Aruba on 1 January 1986.

Although the People's Electoral Movement  won the most seats, the Aruban People's Party formed a coalition government with the Aruban Patriotic Party, Aruban Democratic Party and National Democratic Alliance, with Henny Eman becoming the first Prime Minister of Aruba.[2]

Results

PartyVotes%Seats+/–
People's Electoral Movement 13,78637.628–5
Aruban People's Party11,48031.337+2
Aruban Patriotic Party4,49912.282–1
Aruban Democratic Party3,6619.992New
National Democratic Alliance3,2168.782New
Total36,642100.00210
Source: Aruba Blue Pages

References

  1. ^ "HR 18-11-1988, AB 1989, 185 Arubaanse verkiezingsafspraak". rechtspraak. arresten.eu.
  2. ^ a b Aruba General Election Results - 22 November 1985 Caribbean Elections
  3. ^ "Politieke partijen en verkiezingen". Historia di Aruba (in Dutch). Retrieved 25 September 2017.
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