New Justice Minister St. Maarten to be sworn in today

PHILIPSBURG - The last member of the William Marlin Cabinet will take the oath of office before Governor Eugene Holiday today at 9:30am.
 Edson Kirindongo has been vetted as a Minister candidate, based on the pertinent regulations concerning the appointment of Ministers. The vetting has not produced any data that could impede his appointment and swearing-in, according to a press statement from the Governor.
 Kirindongo will be the seventh member of the Marlin Cabinet that took office on November 19. The new Justice Minister will have an eight-month term in office, as snap elections are scheduled for September 26.

COCI tables anti-money-laundering legislation concerns with Minister

PHILIPSBURG--The St. Maarten Chamber of Commerce and Industry (COCI) tabled its concerns on the proposed changes to the law relating to the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) recommendations and, in particular, the articles of the law related to COCI’s functioning, during a meeting with Justice Minister Cornelius de Weever and his legal advisers on August 19.

Detentie chauffeur dodelijk ongeluk Curacao verlengd

WILLEMSTAD - De detentie van de chauffeur die afgelopen vrijdag een dodelijk ongeluk veroorzaakte is verlengd.

Braziliaanse uitwisselingskandidaten Rotary Club bezoeken Hof Curacao

WILLEMSTAD – Onlangs heeft de vicepresident van het Hof, mr. Mauritsz de Kort, samen met rechter mr. Sigmar Carmelia twee uitwisselingskandidaten uit Brazilië ontvangen.