Raymond Gradus reappointed as chairman Cft

THE HAGUE - Prof. dr. Raymond Gradus will be reappointed for a three-year term as chairman of the Board of financial supervision Curaçao and Sint Maarten, the Board of financial supervision Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba and the Board of financial supervision Aruba.
 
Prof. dr. Gradus is chairman of the three Boards as of July 1st, 2017. The reappointment of Mr. Gradus has been discussed in the Kingdom Council of Ministers of May 15th. The reappointment will take place by Royal Decree.
 
Prof. dr. Raymond Gradus is professor in governance and economics of the public and nonprofit sector at the VU University Amsterdam. He is affiliated with the accounting department and the Zijlstra Center for Public Control, Leadership and Governance. Gradus has written several scientific publications, among other things about social security, fellow governments, environmental policy and market mechanisms.

Overleg justitiƫle samenwerking tussen Nederland, Aruba, CuraƧao en Sint Maarten geslaagd

DEN HAAG - Juist in tijden van crisis is het van groot belang goed en constructief samen te blijven werken binnen het Koninkrijk. Vandaag vergaderden de ministers van Justitie Grapperhaus (Nederland inclusief Caribisch Nederland), Bikker (Aruba), Girigorie (Curaçao) en Richardson (Sint Maarten) met elkaar over de justitiële samenwerking.

Cannabis farming, animal cruelty laws among US Party focus points

PHILIPSBURG– A tolerance policy for the decriminalisation of possession, use and cultivation of cannabis, permitting cannabis farming for medicinal and recreational purposes, and pursuing a law on animal cruelty are amongst the many issues on which United St. Maarten Party (US Party) wants to focus this year.

Marinier krijgt drie maanden voor veroorzaken auto-ongeluk

PHILIPSBURG/ARNHEM – Meer dan een jaar na dato krijgt Patricia Lynch naar eigen zeggen eindelijk erkenning: de Nederlandse marinier die haar in de nacht van 4 mei 2019 meesleepte in een auto-ongeluk op Sint-Maarten, krijgt drie maanden militaire detentie.