Dozens of investigators
The homes of the aldermen and the addresses of three entrepreneurs in The Hague who are suspected of bribery are also searched. An examining magistrate from the Rotterdam District Court is in charge of the searches. Dozens of government investigators and two prosecutors are also taking part in the campaign.
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RIP Former President Aline Hanson passed away at her home Relatives confirmed French St MARIGOT–Former Territorial Council President Aline Hanson passed away at home Thursday evening, surrounded by family, after succumbing to […]
William heads to The Hague July 4th PHILIPSBURG–Prime Minister William Marlin will lead a small delegation to The Hague on Tuesday, July 4, for the hearing before the Council of State.
The hearing has to do with the protest St. Maarten has filed against the Dutch Government over the dispute between St. Maarten and the Netherlands regarding the Integrity Chamber, the Dutch Government’s appointment of a quarter master and the instruction received by St. Maarten on this matter.
Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau Rolando Brison (left) and Senior Policy Advisor at the Cabinet of the Minister of Tourism Julian Lake (right) are in Miami, Florida attending the Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course hosted by Routes Latin America. This course shows destinations and tourism authorities how to boost tourist numbers through route development. Tourism authorities and destinations have an important role to play in route development. Airlines have said that the support offered by destination partners is one of the most important factors when deciding whether to launch a new route, and they prefer to deal collectively with stakeholders who have a unified approach. The course shows participants how to utilize their collective resources to beat the competition and win new air services. Brison and Lake are picture here with instructor David Appleby of Routes Latin America.
Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau attends Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course
Common Reporting Standard First reporting is planned September 2017 The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an information standard for the automatic exchange of tax and financial information on a global level, which […]
CUT Secretary General addresses regional governors in Sint Maarten Ms. Bernadette Lewis, Secretary General of the Caribbean Telecommunications Union delivered the Keynote address at the 6th Annual Governor’s Symposium which had as […]
Tolls :Indentured Servitude, is a form of slavery… just like colonialism. So I see Willy and Chrissy have not finished destroying and selling out our country just yet. Just like Theo is […]
Law School To Be Established In September According To Richard GibsonLaw School To Be Established In September According To Richard Gibson According to Richard Gibson the the committee that was busy with […]
National Coordinator For Human Trafficking Says St Maarten Is Active In Fight. GREAT BAY(DCOMM):— The National Coordinator for Human trafficking, has the lead in combating human trafficking and human smuggling in Sint […]
CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING ABOUT CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS OF PJIA ON WEDNESDAY.CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING ABOUT CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS OF PJIA ON WEDNESDAY.PHILIPSBURG:— The Central Committee will meet in a session on […]
FIU Sint Maarten And O.M. Public Prosecutor’s Office Start Non Reporting ProjectFIU Sint Maarten And O.M. Public Prosecutor’s Office Start Non Reporting Project FIU Sint Maarten en OM starten “niet-melders project” FIU […]
Emmanuel :PHILIPSBURG–Minister of Public Housing, Environment, Spatial Development and Infrastructure VROMI Christophe Emmanuel on Monday dismissed claims that a US $12,000 monthly contract had been given to former Member of Parliament (MP) Maurice Lake to serve as advisor for the board of Utilities Company GEBE. He also debunked assertions that hefty contracts were given to clean around the metre walls of the utilities company.
O.M. Openbaar Ministerie Sint Maarten Public Prostetutors Claim No Link Between Emerald And Harbor Investigation Prosecutor’s Office Press Release The prosecutor’s office made the above statements after one media outlet published an […]
William :PHILIPSBURG – Prime Minister William Marlin was presented the annual report and audited financial statements 2016 for the Foundation. SMDF reports five times annually which includes four quarterly reports and an […]
New Video Inside Government With Giselle York
App For Mobile Users Don’t miss the PR reps of the cabinet of Ministry VROMI this week on various radio shows discussing exclusive initiatives in progress, particularly our new Ministry VROMI APP! […]
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Address of PM :The topic of this Forum calls for a re-thinking and re-imagining of what a future St. Maarten should be like in terms of its use and integration of Information […]
OPINION :Questions posed by opposition Member of Parliament Tamara Leonard (UP) regarding alleged “hefty contracts” at GEBE (see related story) deserve answers. Judging an amount for cleaning around the local utilities provider’s […]
CFT :THE HAGUE–The financial supervision in the Dutch Caribbean has proven beneficial and also by and large a success: in 2016 all three countries and the three public entities for the first […]
CGC Members of the Corporate Governance Council (CGC) presented their 2016 Year Report to Prime Minister William Marlin during a meeting at his office earlier this week. CGC Chairman Perry Wilson handed […]
On June 23, 2017, Governor Eugene Holiday will host the 6th annual Governor’s symposium on the topic ICT Governance: Shaping our Future. The symposium will feature several national, regional and international speakers. […]
PHILIPSBURG–The existence of “hefty contracts” for cleaning around utilities company GEBE’s meter boxes and houses as well as one for former Minister Maurice Lake totalling some US $12,000 per month for the […]
MARIGOT–The Administrative Court recently, on June 15, rejected the Préfet of Guadeloupe’s request to cancel the November 20, 2016, Executive Council decision to purchase land from the Laurence family for the Grand […]
The Home Repair project designed to assist the most vulnerable in our community to live in decent homes was launched Monday June 12th. The Department of Community Development, Family & Humanitarian Affairs […]
WILLEMSTAD – Ruben Suriel of the Civil Action Foundation (FAS) had mixed feelings about the court’s decision to confirm that there was indeed mismanagement at the two public companies Aqualectra (utility company) […]
UPDATE: Acting Island Governor ordered to sign Executive Council decisions
The investigative judge has ordered that the 46 years suspect M.M. who was arrested Wednesday June 7th, will remain in custody. This means he will remain in detention for at least another […]
THE HAGUE – Curaçao and Aruba are learning – or rather trying to learn – a valuable lesson from the continuing discussion about an integrity chamber in St. Maarten. Members of Parliament […]
Nelson Els It is irresponsible & unacceptale the behavior of the politicians of SXM to cut themselves such a hugh salaries & extra financial benefits & pension a the age of 40, […]