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A status referendum was held on the island of Sint Eustatius on 8 April 2005. Contents 1 Background 2 Result 3 See also 4 Notes Background After the 1994 referendum came out in favour of maintaining and restructuring the Netherlands Antilles, the government of the Netherlands Antilles tried to restructure the Netherlands Antilles and attempted to forge closer ties between the islands, as is exemplified by the adoption of an anthem of the Netherlands Antilles in 2000. A new referendum on Sint Maarten, which was in favour of a separate status for Sint Maarten as a country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, sparked a new series of referendums across the Netherlands Antilles, however. Sint Eustatius was the only island to again vote for retaining the Netherlands Antilles. Result Sint Eustatius status referendum, 2005 Option Votes Percentage Option A: Remain part of the Netherlands Antilles 605 76.6% Option B: Direct constitutional ties with the Netherlands 163 20.6% Option C: Becoming a self governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands 17 2.2% Option D: Independence 5 0.6% Valid votes 790  ? Invalid or blank votes  ?  ? Total ? 100.00% Voter turnout 56.0% Source: Dutch Wikipedia See also Dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles Notes This Caribbean election-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Sint Eustatius-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e