Fourteen Residents Bonaire Receive Dutch Nationality

The ceremony took place this morning in the Pasangrahan. Photo: Government

Kralendijk- A total of 14 residents this morning have received their Dutch Nationality in a naturalization ceremony which took place in the Pasangrahan.

Five people took the oath and nine people chose to make a solemn promise to Island Governor Edison Rijna. This has given them formal Dutch nationality, including all rights and obligations such as active and passive electoral rights and a Dutch passport

In his speech, governor Rijna stated that this group of naturalized persons has been living on Bonaire for some time. They have made a positive contribution to the development of Bonaire and will, from now on, be full fledged Dutch citizens.

Deel dit artikel