Letter to Parliament on implementation agendas Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, 2nd quarter 2021: State Secretary Knops will inform the House of Representatives about the implementation agendas with Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten for the 2nd quarter of 2021. The Senate has received the same letter.
In my letter of 26 March to your House in which I inform you about the
decision-making in the Reich Council of Ministers that day, I promised to inform yo
That is the core of the change in supervision by the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten (CBCS). “Focused means that we have a quick overview of the most important problems and shortcomings in supervision and know which institution or institutions are affected, so that we can take targeted action before there is any damage,” said the explanation. By penetrating we mean that we intervene quickly and firmly and continue to push for improvements until they are actually realized. There is more: “Intrusive also means that the CBCS takes increasingly strict supervisory measures if the repair by the institution takes too long.” The Central Bank says it does this “in a consistent manner” with “extra attention to clear communication of our expectations” through consultation, practical guidance and policy statements. “This makes us more predictable in our actions and as a learning organization we are open to feedback.” This is stated in the brochure “New Style”
The State Secretary indicates that this further report “and a Coho proposal amended on the basis thereof” requires approval from all four countries. “As soon as agreement has been reached on this in the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom, the further report, together with the legislative proposal that accompanies it, will be sent to the States of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten and the House of Representatives. The aim is to do this before the summer recess. ”
Once agreement has been reached on the further report, the parliamentary debate on the proposal will commence. In the run-up to this, Knops would like to point out “that the core of the legislative proposal remains intact” in the advice of the Council of State.
“The Council of State
Sint Maarten is currently not receiving financial corona support from the Netherlands, because it has complained to the United Nations about alleged racism by the Dutch government . The conditions that Sint Maarten must meet in exchange for support return colonial rule, that is the complaint.
The Hague The National Council of Ministers has today decided to no longer provide liquidity support to Sint Maarten as long as the States do not unambiguously confirm that they support the agreement previously concluded with the Jacobs cabinet. This means that the Netherlands will not transfer the 39 million guilders that the Sint Maarten government needs to be able to meet its payment obligations to Philipsburg for the time being.
Articles 9 and 13, paragraph 1, of the Autonomous Administrative Bodies Framework Act, a member of the board cannot also be: a. Governor; b. minister or state secretary; c. King’s Commissioner or Commissioner; d. member of the States General or of the States of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten; e. mayor or alderman or island governor or island commissioner; f. member of the Advisory Board of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten; g. member of or state councilor of the Council of State of the Kingdom; h. member of the General Audit Chamber of a country within the Kingdom; i. ombudsman or deputy ombudsman of a country within the Kingdom; j. member of the Aruba Financial Supervision Board or of the Curaçao and Sint Maarten Financial Supervision Board; k. the Kingdom Representative of the public entities Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba; l. member of the Law Enforcement Council; or m. civil servant at a ministry or a subordinate institution, service or company of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten or the Netherlands. Article 10 (board regulations) 1. The
On 11 March, the Council of State of the Kingdom issued advice on the Kingdom Act establishment of the COHO. In a consultation between State Secretary Knops and the three prime ministers of
the Landen was agreed on 18 March, as under the law with advice from the Council
of State is customary, that the advice is confidential and is only published when
the bill and the joint response to it from the four countries to the House of Representatives
and the States are sent.
Because the confidential advice is apparently already leaked and widely distributed, which we
The Hague State Secretary Knops (BZK) believes that the core of his draft Kingdom Act on the Caribbean Body for Reform and Developments remains intact despite the fundamental criticism of the Council of State
Relationship COHO – Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations and government
According to the proposal, the COHO appears to perform its tasks with a high degree of independence. Large parts of the Independent Administrative Bodies Framework Act have been declared applicable. This does not alter the fact that on a number of important points the proposal gives the Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations the authority to issue instructions or to limit or complete the powers of the COHO. For example, the Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations can determine how the COHO should spend financial resources made ava
The Hague Members of Parliament Attje Kuiken (PvdA) and Antje Diertens (D66) Question the Legitimacy Of COHO, they want to know from State Secretary Knops (BZK) why he did not ask the Council of State for advice in advance about the draft Kingdom Act on the Caribbean Body for Reform and Development.
On Monday, Dossier Kingdom Relations reported that the Council of State has passed a damning judgment on the draft Kingdom Act for the establishment of the Caribbean body for reform and development (COHO) that must direct and supervise the spending of loans that the Netherlands has on Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten will provide as well as the implementation of the required reforms. Today the sequel. In a way, the Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations comes above the governments of the countries In its 20-page advisory report, the Council of State of the Kingdom of the Kingdom Act filters the Caribbean body for reform and development (Coho). It starts off nicely: The Advisory Division of the Council of State appreciates the intentions expressed
The Advisory Division of the Council of State (RvS) has several criticisms of the proposal for a consensus Kingdom Act Coho, such as by the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK) with regard to the CAS (island) countries of Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten.
The MFK Victory Has Been Confirmed In Curacao. More Head Aches For Holland
State Secretary Knops must have turned white when he heard the results of the Parliamentary elections in Curaçao at breakfast on Saturday. It was expected that the government parties PAR and MAN would lose ground. But that the victory of the MFK based on anti-Dutch sentiments with 9 out of 21 seats would turn out so great, he could not have imagined in his darkest nightmare.
De Prince gave up he money
De Prince gave up his throne
De Prince gave up he power (why?)
Just for dark meat alone
He family go sour
De Queen she might sin she soul
But he muddah go proud when he singing out loud
Dark meat to de world
Harry tell dem!
She needed a financial lifeline. Four thousand miles away, Mother Holland was prepared to throw one — but with strings attached. What followed would be a racial reckoning in the Caribbean: A bitter dispute between Sint Maarten’s Dutch overseers in Europe and local politicians representing an island populated predominantly by Afro-Caribbeans and other people of color.
Curaçao is in 29 place on the Corporate Tax Haven Index, the international list of tax havens. That is far below the Netherlands, which is in fourth place, after the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. The list is published every two years. Earlier, the Netherlands was also fourth. Aruba is in 56th place. Sint Maarten has not been investigated.
Curaçao staat op de 29 plek op de Corporate
State Secretary Knops offers the House of Representatives an answer to parliamentary questions about the prison system on Sint Maarten, the reconstruction of Sint Maarten and the third tranche of liquidity support for Sint Maarten.
To the chairman of the Lower House of Parliament
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I hereby offer you the answers to your questions about the prison system
on Sint Maarten, the reconstruction of Sint Maarten and the third tranche
liquidity support Sint Maarten. Regarding the prison system of Sint Maarten,
I also answer the questions on behalf of the Minister for Legal Protection.
In the answer I have chosen to
A similar content of the Curaçao National Ordinance Book 2, including these changes, has now been introduced in Sint Maarten. For Curaçao, the changes came into effect on January 1, 2021.
The Minister of Health, Environment and Nature of Curacao, Zita Jesus Leito, the Minister of Tourism, Health and Sports of Aruba, Danguillaume Oduber, the Minister of Health, Social Development and Labor Affairs of Sint Maarten, Richard Panneflek and the State Secretary of Health, Welfare and Sport, Paul Blokhuis, formally approved the establishment of a cooperative between the hospital institutions on the islands of Curaçao, Aruba, Sint Maarten, Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius on Tuesday 9 February, with the signing of a decision doc
When the group subsequently arrived on Sint Maarten, everyone was tested again, again all negative. Then it was concluded that it was a false positive test.
Antillian Autonomy On Paper Only. The Dutch Tighten Their Grasp On The Dutch Antillian Islands
Dutch Parliament: No money to Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten without strict conditions
Agreement on corona loans will certainly take weeks
U.S. Air Force and Curaçao Partner to Enhance Regional Counternarcotics Efforts
St. Martin Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs has sent a letter to Prime Minister Mark Rutte complaining about the behavior of Secretary of State Raymond Knops (Kingdom Relations). He is said to have behaved “inappropriately, unkindly and rudely” during a video meeting on further liquidity support from the Netherlands for Sint Maarten this week.
PHILIPSBURG–Finance Minister Richard Gibson has issued an instruction to Security Service VDSM to conduct an “integrity investigation” into the Central Bank of Curaçao and St. Maarten (CBCS) President Emsley Tromp and CBCS’ […]