The Prime Minister of St. Maarten reflects on Dr. Claude Wathey’s 86th Birthday


 The prime Minister of St Maarten the Honorable Sarah Wescot-Williams reflected on the 86th birthday of the political icon and co-founder of the Democratic Part Dr. Claude Wathey.

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The Prime Minister, who is in Washington DC heading the St. Maarten delegation to AIDS 2012, mentioned that for the first time she will be unable to attend the annual wreath laying ceremony commemorating Dr. Wathey’s 86th birthday on the Clem Labega Square. The annual wreath laying ceremony, which is organized every year by the A.C Wathey Foundation for Political Awareness, will see wreaths lain by representatives of the DP, the University of St. Maarten, Government, the Wathey Family and the UP Party.  “Unfortunately I am representing country St. Maarten abroad and as such for the first time am unable to attend the wreath laying ceremony. As always I am extremely honored and humbled to continue with the wreath laying tradition honoring Claude as a person, statesman and icon who cannot be separated from the Democratic Party,” commented the Prime Minister.