Kingdom recognises Guaido as president of Venezuela

THE HAGUE--A large number of European countries including the Kingdom of Netherlands, officially recognised opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president of Venezuela on Monday.
This move also applies to the Dutch Caribbean territories neighbouring the troubled South American nation, namely the so-called ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao). It came after the expiration of an ultimatum, as the European Union (EU) had imposed a deadline for the calling of new elections by incumbent President Nicolas Maduro.
The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany and France, among others, recognised Guaidó in an official statement on Monday morning. Sweden, Austria and Denmark also support the Parliament chairman.

Vestiging Curaçao Hof van Justitie gesloten op vrijdag 3 juli 2020

WILLEMSTAD– De vestiging Curaçao van het Hof van Justitie is op vrijdag 3 juli 2020, de dag na Dia di Bandera, gesloten. Het personeel heeft een arbeidstijdverkorting dag (ATV).

Universiteit van Curaçao start nieuwe opleiding International Hospitality & Tourism Management

WILLEMSTAD - De Faculteit der Sociale en Economische Wetenschappen van de Universiteit van uraçao Dr. Moises da Costa Gomez start in augustus 2020 met een nieuwe opleiding: Bachelor in International Hospitality & Tourism Management.

Unanimous support for law to restore Statia democracy

THE HAGUE/STATIA--The Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament on Tuesday unanimously approved the law proposal to phase out Dutch supervision and gradually restore democracy in St. Eustatius.