NIEUW BOEK STAATSRECHT ARUBA, CURACAO EN SINT MAARTEN

Bundel adviezen tussentijdse ontbinding Staten van Aruba, Curaçao en St. Maarten

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In dit door prof.mr Lodewijk Rogier en mr Karel Frielink verzorgde boek zijn de belangrijkste adviezen gebundeld die de afgelopen jaren zijn gegeven over de staatsrechtelijke crises in Aruba, Curaçao en Sint Maarten. De uitgave is uniek in zijn soort en sluit aan op de staatsrechtelijke ontwikkelingen in de drie landen.

In Aruba, Curaçao en Sint Maarten, die binnen het Koninkrijk …
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THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF ST. MAARTEN

According to constitutional law it is simple and difficult at the same time

The following is simple:

Section 33 Constitution of St. Maarten:

  • The Prime Minister and other Ministers are appointed and dismissed pursuant to a national decree.
  • If a Minister no longer has the confidence of the States, he will resign from his post.
  • With regard to the second subsection further rules can be laid down in a national ordinance.
  • The States can only reject a draft national ordinance or decide not to put forward a proposal of such a draft with two-thirds of the votes of its current …
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    HET STAATSRECHT VAN SINT MAARTEN

    Staatsrechtelijk is het simpel en moeilijk tegelijk

    Op de Naar mijn mening-pagina is vandaag een stukje geplaatst naar aanleiding van de recente (staatsrechtelijke) ontwikkelingen in Sint Maarten.

    Karel Frielink

    (14 oktober 2015)

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    Ps (16 October 2015)

    The second Vice President of Parliament Hon. Cornelius de Weever, on Thursday, 15th October, has sent a letter to the Members of Parliament (MPs) requesting additional information with respect to a convocation for an urgent meeting of the House of Parliament.

    The letter reads as follows:

    I have taken note of your Convocation for an urgent meeting of Parliament …
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    CURACAO SHOULD ESTABLISH A CONSTITUTIONAL COURT

    Speech by Karel Frielink, President of the Curacao Bar Association, given on Friday 21 September 2012 on the occasion of the inauguration of three judges of the Joint Court of Justice of Aruba, Curacao and St Maarten and of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba

     

    Madam President! Excellency! Ladies and gentlemen!

    “Our government, our parliament and our judiciary are the cornerstones of the sustainable, positive development of our Country. With our belief in God we shall enjoy His protection, for blessed are those whose God is the Lord. We shall pull together and serve our Country with love in equality …
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