Curacao Customs head sent on leave

WILLEMSTAD--Curaçao Customs Director Jules Ilario has been placed on administrative leave by interim Minister of Finance Lourdes Alberto.
 
She did not want to use the term “mandatory” because the two had agreed on this temporary order measure.
 
The staff stated to have no more confidence in the chief and last week took industrial action.
 
Pending further investigation Ilario is on vacation for at least 15 days (three working weeks). The employees do not agree with his policies and hold him accountable for what they say is an unsuccessful reorganisation process at the law enforcement agency.

Bermuda Parliament Says No to Same-Sex Marriage, Yes to Cannabis

HAMILTON, Bermuda – The victory for same-sex couples in Bermuda who earlier won the right to get married in the British Overseas Territory has been overturned.

Chief Prosecutor Ton Maan bids farewell to St. Maarten colleagues

PHILIPSBURG--Outgoing Chief Prosecutor Ton Maan bade farewell to his St. Maarten colleagues during a ceremony on Thursday, December 7.

Plenary Session of Parliament about several draft national ordinances amending the civil code on Monday morning

PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten – The House of Parliament will sit in a plenary public session on December 11, 2017. The Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor will be present.
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