Tag: ST MAARTEN

St Maarten, Aruba & Curacao Politicians’ Won’t Have To Reduce Their Salaries Until June 2023

The ministers and members of Parliament cannot simply reverse the reduction on their salary that has been applied as a result of the liquidity support from the Netherlands.
The moment of expiry must in any case be after June 30, 2023, as stated in two Memorandum of Amendment (NvW) with the same purport to the National Ordinances on Financial Provision of Ministers and States. The NvW sets several conditions for the possible reversal of the salary discount.

March 31 last day for the Stamping of documents for vehicle Exports Dutch Sint Maarten

The Traffic Department of the Sint Maarten Police Force (KPSM) would like to inform the General Public of Sint Maarten that Wednesday March 31st, 2021 would be the last day for stamping of documents for vehicles to be shipped off island or registered on the French Side in connection with the Easter Holidays.

Updated Breaking! Minister Knops Power Overrules The Council: COHO Controversy Fully Explained English & Dutch

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

Curacao In Shock, 30 Years Jamaloodin For Hiring Hitman To Kill Then Prime Minister Wiels

Jamaloodin 30 years in prison: instigation of murder Helmin Wiels proven Willemstad – Former Minister of Finance George Jamaloodin was yesterday sentenced by the judges of the Court to a prison sentence of 30 years, minus pre-trial detention, in accordance with the demand of the Public Prosecution Service (OM). Almost eight years after the murder of PS politician Helmin Wiels, his brother Aubert had a bittersweet feeling yesterday: I can finally breathe calmly in part because the person who

MESSAGE FROM HEINEKEN REGATTA ON THE DAY THE REGATTA WAS SUPPOSED TO START

A message to all sailors, regatta fans, supporters and sponsors of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta: Today would have been the start of the 41st St. Maarten Heineken Regatta, unfortunately COVID set us on another course this year. Driving around the island, we miss seeing the sailors walking with croissants, sandwiches and six packs of water, ready to go out for the day, proudly wearing their custom made Heineken Regatta team shirts.

JVO Law Enforcement Meeting Of Ministers 2 OM Cariben: Prosecutors Trained In St Maarten, Aruba, Curacao, Police Data Sharing

For example, the JVO expressed support for the process professionalization OM Cariben, including the project to be local annually train prosecutors (from the islands). In addition
agreements made about the law courses in Aruba and Curaçao,
so that graduates of the universities of Aruba and Curaçao have equal access
have to select and train for the professions of lawyer, judge and
public prosecutor in the Netherlands. These agreements promote the exchange of
these professionals within the Kingdom and contribute to the quality and

JVO Law Enforcement 1: Judicial Four Party Consultation Between 4 Justice Ministers Within Dutch Kingdom. Data Protection, Sharing Information

PART OF COUNTRY ST MAARTEN, ARUBA, CURACAO ‘PACKAGES’: Minister Grapperhaus informs the House of Representatives about the commitment to law enforcement and about the main points of the JVO.
Page 1 of 4: The Judicial Four Party Consultation (JVO) took place on 14 January 2021, the semi-annual consultations between the four justice ministers of the countries in the

BES ISLANDS MUCH WORSE OFF SINCE DUTCH TAKE OVER. Sabans have to fly to St Maarten For Banking

To make matters worse, the RBC has now further reduced its services on the island. For example, cashier services are no longer provided, while online customers can only choose from a very limited package of services. In order to arrange other banking matters, residents now have to take a plane to arrange matters on St. Maarten that are not possible on Saba itse

Chapter 2 Article 2 – 12 Purpose: Dutch European KMar, Marechausse And Customs To Take Over Control Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard

KMar and Customs Netherlands. In the action plan article 13 paragraph 1 the objective and
the manner in which the operational deployment of KMar and Customs is managed in the Netherlands
agreed upon in consultation with the countries. The management, policy and authority of the
The Caribbean Coast Guard takes place in accordance with the Coast Guard Act.
Article 6
1. Responsibility for legal status for the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee rests with the

Chapter 1 Article 1 General Provisions: The Netherlands, St Maarten, Curacao & Aruba Sign Protocol On Strenghtening Dutch Caribbean Borders

11 December 2020 Extension of the mutual arrangement of Sint Maarten and the Netherlands as
referred to in Article 38, first paragraph, of the Statute of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Netherlands to strengthen the border control of Sint Maarten
concluded between the Netherlands and Sint Maarten for the period of 1
January 2021 to July 1, 2021;
22 December 2020 Mutual arrangement for the Sint Maarten National Package between Sint Maarten and
The Netherlands as referred to in Article 38, first paragraph, of the statute of
Kingdom of the Netherlands to be implemented
to the measures described in the country package
including condition H.11 Strengt

When Is KPSM Police Going To Do Something About These Chicken Fckrs In And Out Of Peoples Yard. This Is How Disease Spread From Animal To Human

I thought they were stupid, cruel teenagers trespassing and grabbing fowls to torture and kill them. Now I’m hearing it’s worse. They are using then for gratification. Then they want to hide their faces. The only abuse going on is these boys with the chickens and the parents who let them run the street assaulting animals and people. If I hit them on my property I would be arrested. But they can jump in yards and assault humans and animals alike, until they jump in the WRONG yard. The police dept is FULLY aware of the assaults and abuse on animals, but God forbid they have to get off their fat asses for anything other t

No new permits for large gatherings of more than 100

Authorities will not be issuing any new permits for social gatherings of more than 100 persons in the country. Permits which have already been issued relating to gatherings of more than 100 persons will be postponed until further notice, Chairperson of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Prime Minister Silveira Jacobs said in a national address on Saturday.

Government also strongly recommends that persons in a public setting should keep a distance of at least one meter from each other under certain settings. All institutions, businesses, organisations, religious services and other entities should adhere to these recommended advices in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, she stressed.    

  She made clear that while St. Maarten has zero confirmed cases, these are all measures aimed at maintaining a COVID-19 status. “I pray that we would take our fellow man/woman into consideration while going about our daily activities, and with the knowledge that we are ensuring your safety, refrain from panic buying and fear mongering. Continue to practice proper hygiene at home, at work and in the community,” she said.

  “Knowledge is power! Stay informed and be prepared. We are strong, resilient and faithful people and trust that this too shall pass.”

PRIME MINISTER SILVERIA JACOBS NATIONAL ADDRESS ON COVID-19 MARCH 14, 2020

“People of St. Maarten, I hereby address you, as Prime Minister and Chair of the EOC (Emergency Operations Center), in an update for today Saturday March 14, 2020, as part of the process to keep the community of Sint Maarten informed about the latest developments and the Governments COVID-19 preparedness, prevention, mitigation and response measures.

The World Health Organization declared on Wednesday March 11 that the coronaviris COVID-19 has become a global pandemic. Based on this delcaration, the Government of Sint Maarten has stepped up its preparations and today March 14, after deliberation with the Council of Ministers and the EOC a number of decisions have been taken.

These preventive measures are to limit the exposure of the Sint Maarten people to COVID-19 due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in Europe and the United States of America.

Effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020, all international flights and cruises originating from the United States of America, Europe and the United Kingdom to Sint Maarten are cancelled for a period of two weeks. These travel restrictions do not apply for regional air and sea travel at this time. Travel within the Dutch Caribbean – Saba, St. Eustatius, Bonaire, Aruba, and Curacao remains in place until further notice. This travel restriction also applies to other seafaring vessels.

Arrangements will be put in place for visitors to return home with their carriers. Cargo flights/vessels bringing in food supplies, household goods, oil, gas, as well as medicine will continue. Also allowed, will be travel by technical and medical assistants whether via commercial or chartered airlines.

I would like to reiterate that there is no food shortage on the island. There is no reason to engage in panic buying or hoarding of food. There is a sufficient supply of food and medication on the island. We remain in constant contact with our suppliers and have been assured that replenishments will continue.

As of today, March 14th, up until and including Monday, March 16th, there is an opportunity for St. Maarten students studying abroad and residents as well as essential personnel to return to the country ahead of the 2 week travel restrictions.

All residents and nationals traveling back to Sint Maarten from the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom during this period, are recommended to monitor their health for 14-days for consistent cough, fever or respiratory problems (consitent with COVID-19) and maintain a social distance for the safety and security of the community. If you experience the aforementioned symptoms, please call your family physician. Do not go to your doctor or the medical center. During the phone call with your doctor, you will be advised further what actions should be taken.

The second decision regards large gatherings. With respect to social gatherings throughout the country, new permits will not be granted for gatherings of more than 100 persons. Permits which have already been issued relating to gatherings of more than 100 persons will be postponed until further notice.

Government also strongly recommends that persons in a public setting should keep a distance of at least one meter from each other under certain settings. All institutions, businesses, organizations, religious services and other entities should adhere to these recommended advices in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The current situation unfolding at the Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) has been brought to my attention, as there was some confusion as to the travel history of 6 passengers on the Air France flight which landed today Saturday, March 14th, based on the fact that German nationals were on board. As we know germany has been added on March 11th to our list of restricted areas of travel. In the latest update received, two of the passengers are residents of Switserland and orignated from there and therefore are allowed to travel to St. Maarten as per our current travel restrictions. The other 4 passengers of German nationality who originated in Germany will return on the same flight back to France. The passengers were kept on board until this information was confirmed, and none have any symptoms related to COVID-19.

PJIA will issue a press release on this matter. The general public is advised not to allow themselves to be riled up before having all the facts. I will also continue to provide updates as the situation develops.

Follow our Government Radio station – 107.9FM. For official information, statements and news updates or visit the Government website at http://www.sintmaartengov.org/coronavirus and our Facebook Page: Government of Sint Maarten.

As Prime Minister of St. Maarten, I wish to encourage all of us to remain steadfast in preparing for what is a world wide pandemic. While we currently have zero confirmed cases, these are all measures aimed at maintaining a COVID-19 status. I pray that we would take our fellow man/woman into consideration while going about our daily activities, and with the knowledge that we are ensuring your safety, refrain from panic buying and fear mongering. Continue to practice proper hygiene at home, at work and in the community.

Knowledge is power! Stay informed and be prepared. We are strong, resilient and faithful people and trust that this too shall pass.

God bless St. Maarten and her people as we work together; government and community to keep her safe. Thank you.

The Moronic St Maarten Government Now Acting Like They Are In Control When THEY KNOW that they exposed us to the Coronavirus WEEKS ago taking money under the table making deals with cruise liners. They have bartered our lives

TWO ships that were protested, but the government STILL allowed to dock, disembark and turn around are now testing positive for Coronavirus.
3) It’s TOO LATE to be down airport now worrying about Germans with the virus, the Germans brought the virus on the Braemar and the Aida WEEKS ago.
4) Minister Pamela Gordon was proud to tell us at her press conference how great the idea was to let those sick passengers on land because our government cut a deal with the Cruiseliner that will cost LIVES in St Maarten.
5) According to t

Melissa Gumbs PFP THE BIG FAT LIE

Melissa Gumbs The Big Fat Lie

SXM GOVERNMENT HOOKERS

Nobody Prostitutes Like the St Maarten Government

Two Dutch Parliamentarians One Dirty Hooker

Prostitute Nardy Cramm Parliamentarians André Bosman and Ronald Van Raak

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