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The 1 Tim Magno (Movementu Adelanto Gobernashon Na Ordu) is a political party in Bonarie.

Tim Magno was founded with the aim of participating in the March 2015 elections. The party chose the color pink. In the logo, six people embrace each other as a sign of unity. The three balls below represent the islands of Bonaire, Aruba and Curacao, while the three balls at the top represent the three top windy islands. That is the unity between the islands that were formerly the Netherlands Antilles, whom we advocate and who we want to return and who we want to make accessible to each other without imposing restrictions on each other, but each with their own government.

The party contested the 2015 general election, winning 4.0% of the votes, but failed to win any seats on the Island Council.

Founded November 2014
Party Colour Pink
Island Council seats 0/9
Status Active
Political Parties in Bonaire
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