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Helping Haiti Help Itself

LONDON, England -- Haiti has made a firm and important first step in taking responsibility for its affairs after decades of external interference. An agreement, reached on the night of February 5, twenty-four hours before the Presidency of Michel...

Clarity And Action Needed On Corruption

LONDON, England -- In September a special summit of the United Nations General Assembly held in New York saw 193 nations agree to seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Their objective was to establish a set of principles that up to 2030...

WILLEMSTAD -- Op zaterdag 28 november van 10:00-13:00 uur organiseert de Association of Dutch Caribbean Economists in samenwerking met de University of Curaçao een seminar over wat 5 jaar autonome status voor Curaçao heeft opgeleverd. In dit...

WILLEMSTAD -- Op 9 november heeft het Kabinet Whiteman aan de Gouverneur verzocht om haar ontslag te verlenen nadat de coalitiepartijen hun meerderheid in de Staten hadden verloren. Dit verzoek heeft de Gouverneur in beraad genomen. Vervolgens...

Transparency International’s St. Maarten Study Highlights Lack Of Enforcement Of Laws In Practice

BERLIN, Germany & PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten (TI) -- There is a general gap between law and practice in St. Maarten’s key institutions, the global anti-corruption organisation Transparency International said in a report published yesterday.

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