The Central Committee of Parliament will meet in a closed session on April 17 to discuss an aviation proposal.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday morning at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

Members of Parliament will receive a presentation from Garrison Walker Financial Inc. outlining an aviation proposal for Sint Maarten.


The Central Committee of Parliament that met in a closed door meeting on March 30 to discuss matters related to the Central Bank of Curacao and Sint Maarten (CBCS), will continue on April 13.

The meeting will take place on Friday morning at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg, behind closed doors.

Points to be addressed are political influences affecting the Central Bank; currency for Curacao and Sint Maarten vis a vis dollarization; and is there a future for the CBCS.

The President of the CBCS E. Tromp will attend the meeting.

The Central Committee meeting was initially requested by the Democratic Party faction Members of Parliament (MP) Hon. Roy Marlin, MP Hon. Petrus de Weever, and Independent MP Hon. Patrick Illidge with respect to developments surrounding the CBCS.


The Central Committee of Parliament will meet on April 12 in public session to discuss two agenda points.

The first agenda point is related to the Penal Code while the second one is the approval of the working visit of the President of Parliament to Washington DC from March 25-28, 2012.

The Minister of Justice Hon. Roland Duncan is expected to be present for the first agenda point.

The Thursday meeting will start at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

The committee meeting will be carried live on St. Maarten Cable TV Channel 20 and via Pearl Radio FM 98.1. The audio will be carried via the Internet www.pearlfmradio.com.


The Permanent Committee of Parliament on Education, Culture, Youth and Sports, will meet on April 10 behind closed doors, however the meeting will be recorded.

The members of the permanent committee will be meeting with representatives of the University of St. Martin (USM).

The meeting will take place on Tuesday morning at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

The committee is headed by Member of Parliament (MP) Hon. Sylvia Meyers-Olivacce, Chairman, MP Hon. Petrus Leroy de Weever, Vice Chair, and MP Hon. Louie Laveist.


The Central Committee of Parliament will meet in a closed door meeting on March 30 to discuss a five point agenda.

The meeting will take place on Friday morning at 10.30am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

The first agenda point is the approval of the parliamentary business trip by the President of Parliament from March 25-28 to Washington; the present status of the Central Bank and the results that led to the Central Bank implementing the borrowing ceiling measure.

The third agenda point is political influences affecting the Central Bank; fourth, currency for Curacao and Sint Maarten vis a vis dollarization; and the fifth agenda point is there a future for a Central Bank of Curacao and Sint Maarten (CBCS).

The President of the CBCS E. Tromp and the Sint Maarten Bankers Association will attend the meeting.

The Central Committee meeting was requested by the Democratic Party faction Members of Parliament (MP) Hon. Roy Marlin, MP Hon. Petrus de Weever, and Independent MP Hon. Patrick Illidge with respect to the CBCS.


The plenary session of Parliament with respect to the 2012 National Budget, will start on March 19.

The Monday meeting will start at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

The plenary meeting will be carried live on St. Maarten Cable TV Channel 20 and via Pearl Radio FM 98.1. The audio will be carried via the Internet www.pearlfmradio.com.


The House of Parliament will meet in public session on March 15 at 10.00am to discuss a four point agenda.

The first agenda point is incoming documents; second agenda point is, establishment of a permanent commission for National Expenditures; third point, establishment of a Commission “Political, Municipal Integration” of the Latin American Parliament.

The fourth agenda point is the National Ordinance related to changes in the Criminal Code with respect to extraordinary investigation methods for law enforcement organizations.

The Thursday meeting will take place in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

There will be another plenary session on the same day at 2.00pm regarding policies and the national 2012 budget.


A Plenary session of Parliament is scheduled for March 15.

The Thursday meeting will start at 2.00pm in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

The meeting was called by the National Alliance (NA) Faction via two letters to parliament dated March 7 and 8.

The two agenda points are: a detailed presentation by the individual members of the Council of Ministers, depicting their involvement and compliance in policies and rules set by the Minister of Finance.

The second agenda point is process, policies and rules utilized by the Minister of Finance to substantiate the proposed 2012 budget for Country Sint Maarten.


The Central Committee of Parliament will meet on March 8 to discuss an agenda of three points.

The first agenda point is related to the Kingdom Visa Law.

The second agenda point is an invitation from the Government of Aruba to attend the Flag and Anthem celebration on March 18, 2012.

The third agenda point is the National Ordinance related to changes in the Criminal Code with respect to extraordinary investigation methods for law enforcement organizations.

The Thursday meeting will start at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.


PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten – The Permanent Committee of Parliament on Kingdom Affairs and Inter-parliamentary Relations, will meet on March 06.

The committee will discuss a draft report with respect to the Kingdom Visa Law. The report is the Parliament of Sint Maarten’s responds to the Dutch proposal of the introduction of one visa law for the entire Kingdom. The position of the national chamber of parliament will be sent to the Dutch Second Chamber of Parliament.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday morning at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament on Wilhelmina Straat #2.1 in Philipsburg.

The committee is headed by Member of Parliament (MP) Hon. Roy Marlin, Chairman, MP Hon. Dr. Ruth Douglass, Vice Chair, MP Hon. Patrick Illidge, MP Hon. William Marlin, and MP Hon. Frans Richardson.


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