Tuitt resigns, Halman now acting chairman

PHILIPSBURG--Chairman of the General Audit Chamber Roland Tuitt, submitted his resignation to the Board of the General Audit Chamber in a letter dated May 20, a day ahead of his swearing-in as Fiance Minister in the National Alliance (NA)-led coalition.

Ronald Halman will serve as acting chairman of the Audit Chamber. The remaining members of the board will continue to serve until the completion of their terms later this year.
 
As per the National Ordinance on the General Audit Chamber and the Constitution, the function of member of the board of the Audit Chamber and Minister of Finance are incompatible.
 
Tuitt was the chairman of the General Audit Chamber from the start of the institution in 2010. His term, along with the other members, was for two years.

Lawyers say the government's appeal in dump case is incomprehensible

PHILIPSBURG--There is still unlawful nuisance and the odour at the sanitary landfill must be removed. The Country St. Maarten considers itself committed to the Fire Suppression Plan but does not want to commit itself to a specific date.

Juriste Ivy Moll krijgt lintje voor haar vrijwilligerswerk in Amersfoort

LEIDEN - Juriste Ivy Frances Moll is zaterdag in Amersfoort benoemd tot Lid in de Orde van Oranje-Nassau. Zij kreeg de versierselen opgespeld door burgemeester Lucas Bolsius.

Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao will require Venezuelans to obtain visa to visit

DUTCH CARIBBEAN - The Dutch Caribbean islands Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao will require Venezuelans to obtain a visa to visit. This was stated by the government on Wednesday, adding to the nations that have tightened entry restrictions on the crisis-hit country because of mass emigration.