The St. Maarten Housing Development Foundation supervisory board’s request made to Government Accounting Bureau SOAB to carry out a forensic investigation into the foundation’s operations will be one of the issues Members of Parliament (MPs) will discuss today, Monday, in an urgent plenary session of Parliament in the House of Parliament starting at 10:00am.
The meeting is open to the public.
New Prime Minister Marcel Gumbs, who is ad interim Minister of Housing, Spatial Planning, Environment and Infrastructure VROMI, has been requested by Parliament to be present for the meeting.
MPs also will discuss with Gumbs former VROMI Minister Maurice Lake’s request to SOAB to halt the investigation and the board’s decision to suspend three members of the management team, including foundation director Henry Lynch.
This urgent plenary session was requested by National Alliance MPs William Marlin and Christophe Emmanuel, Democratic Party MP Sarah Wescot-Williams, and United St. Maarten party MP Frans Richardson.
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