Emsley Tromp is suing Central Bank

WILLEMSTAD--Former director of the Central Bank of Curaçao and St. Maarten (CBCS) Emsley Tromp has filed a lawsuit against the CBCS, because he wants to see another NAf. 284,000 from his former employer.
 
Tromp received a severance payment in October 2017, but CBCS deducted his expenses for business trips, use of lawyers and advances when he was still president-director.
 
In fact, according to the CBCS, an account of NAf. 170,000 is still open. The judge will rule in this summary case on February 14.

Legal study: “The Kingdom in violation of the European Convention on Human Rights in the case of the ‘Isla’ oil refinery on Curaçao”

WILLEMSTAD – Various studies have already been published when it comes to the Isla refinery and the violation of human rights because of the polluting emissions and the associated improper management.

Nederlander die dodelijk ongeluk veroorzaakte vast op Curacao

WILLEMSTAD - Een 37-jarige Nederlander is aangehouden op Curaçao na het veroorzaken van een dodelijk verkeersongeval. Daarbij kwam een Duitse toerist (28) om het leven.

Draft study-financing law to Parliament next week

PHILIPSBURG--New guidelines will be proposed to govern the financing granted to students to pursue their tertiary studies, when Education Minister Wycliffe Smith presents the draft law on study-financing to Members of Parliament (MPs) next week.