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.

E-Court in acute problemen door beslissing kantonrechters

E-Court, de digitale arbitragerechtbank die vorige maand kritiek kreeg op zijn intransparante procedures, is in acute problemen gekomen.

Chief Prosecutor urges voters not to sell vote

PHILIPSBURG--Newly-appointed Chief Prosecutor of St. Maarten Jeroen Steenbrink said on Monday that the election on February 26 should be free and fair.

Prosecutor’s Office Sint Maarten alert for vote fraud

PHILIPSBURG - On Monday, February 26, 2018 the citizens of St. Maarten will go to the polls to elect a new parliament. The different political parties contesting the elections will try to obtain as many votes as possible to be represented in the new parliament.
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