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PHILIPSBURG - One of the most important courses of action of the Minister of Justice, Mrs. Magali Jacoba is giving information to workers in the judicial sector as well as to the community, which she serves.

withunionreps1GREAT BAY/WILLEMSTAD - The societies of the BES islands should discuss and decide whether it wants the imposition of same sex marriage laws, laws on euthanasia and abortion after constitutional reform.

P5280095PHILIPSBURG - The Netherlands Antilles parliament began handling the priority list of laws this week before constitutional reform kicks in on October 10, 2010.

stmpcourtPHILIPSBURG - The driver, R.F.G, from the car that was stopped by police on Wednesday February 10, holding 4 suspects of an armed robbery in Guana bay, has been fully acquitted by the judge at the court of first instance in Philipsburg this last Tuesday, his attorney Remco M. Stomp said.

PHILIPSBURG - An Antillean Delegation is in Holland as part of meetings with the Dutch Second Chamber on the debate on the Consensus Kingdom Laws.

Copy_of_DSC_0049PHILIPSBURG - Minister of Constitutional Affairs, Roland Duncan believes the Brooks Tower Agreement (BTA) has created an immigration challenge for St. Maarten in that the permits expire a mere month after the island becomes a country.

Win_Win_Agrement_Meeting_001PHILIPSBURG - Minister of Justice, Magali Jacoba, had her regular meeting to evaluate the trajectory of the Win Win Agreement (WWA).

PHILIPSBURG - The Minister responsible for Justice in the Netherlands Antilles, Magali Jacoba is currently on the island for a series of meetings.

DSC_0594PHILIPSBURG - Minister of Constitutional Affairs Roland Duncan spent Thursday discussing the draft law that will allow for early Island Council Elections with members of the Permanent Committee on Constitutional Affairs (PCCA).

DSC_3073PHILIPSBURG - On Monday March 15, the process has begun where by all undocumented Haitian Nationals that failed to comply with the BTA and those who have never went to register with the BTA accord.

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