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Partido MAN
Partido MAN is a political party in Curaçao founded in 1971, which has two of the 21 seats of the Estates of Curaçao after the Curaçao general election of 2012. In the elections preceding the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles the party gained two seats as well and joined the coalition government.

MAN originally stood for Movementu Antia Nobo (English: New Antilles Movement), but a party congress in 2005 decided to drop that meaning and let MAN be the name of the party in itself.

At the 2017 elections, PIN won five seats in the Estates of Curaçao.

Leader Hensley KOEIMAN
Founded 6 February 1971
Party Colour Blue
Seats in Estates of Curacao - 2017 5/21
Status Active
Political Parties in Curaçao
Curaçao Elections
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