April 20, 2023 –WILLEMSTAD – Maria Liberia-Peters, a prominent figure in politics, has been appointed as the ambassador of the political party PNP. The announcement was made during the party’s 75th anniversary celebration, which took place at the WTC. Liberia-Peters received this honorary title in recognition of her contributions to politics over the years. She is widely known for her role as the first female Prime Minister of the Netherlands Antilles and her many accomplishments during her tenure.
One of Liberia-Peters’ major achievements was securing a contract with the Venezuelan oil company PdVDSA, after the departure of Shell in 1985. This was a significant accomplishment for the Netherlands Antilles and helped boost the country’s economy. Liberia-Peters has also been a strong advocate for women’s rights and gender equality and has worked tirelessly to promote these causes throughout her career.
Many people have expressed their support for Liberia-Peters’ appointment as PNP ambassador, citing her experience and expertise in politics as key assets for the party. Liberia-Peters has said that she is honored to have been chosen for this role and is committed to working closely with the party to help achieve its goals and objectives.
Overall, Liberia-Peters’ appointment is seen as a positive development for PNP, and many believe that her presence will help the party to continue to grow and thrive in the coming years.