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New elections for St. Maarten possible on December 8

St. Maarten – The council of Ministers hit back after parliament passed a motion of no confidence on Wednesday by invoking article 59 of the constitution to dissolve the parliament and to call new elections. The council has sent a national decree t

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St. Maarten Government falls again: Fifth cabinet in five years in the making

St. Maarten Government falls again: Fifth cabinet in five years in the making

  UP-leader Theo Heyliger (left) and MP Silvio Matser on 10-10-14 when they were still political allies. Now the political marriage is over: “I cannot take the internal abuse anymore,” Matser said yesterday. File photo Today / Leo Brown

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Lake stays in parliament, no seat for Buncamper-Molanus

  St. Maarten - Rumors about the makeup of the new cabinet and its possible consequences for seats in parliament spread rapidly yesterday after the fall of the Gumbs cabinet. One such rumor was that Maurice Lake, now independent, would retur

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Parliament demands that AG Guus Schram resigns

  Attorney-General Guus Schram on an occasion when he was in St. Maarten. File photo Today / Hilbert Haar St. Maarten – The parliament unanimously supported a motion that asks Attorney-General Guus Schram to resign and that urges the go

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Brian Deher resigns from Nipa school board

St. Maarten - Brian Deher officially resigned yesterday from the Advanced Vocational & Adult Education (Stichting Secundair Beroeps Onderwijs en Educatie) School Board which oversees the operations of the National Institute for Professional Advan

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Parliament goes all out against Attorney-General Schram “His remarks are as bad as the crimes he fights”

Parliament goes all out against Attorney-General Schram “His remarks are as bad as the crimes he fights”

  MP William Marlin: “The AG insults everybody in St. Maarten.” Photo Today / Leo Brown St. Maarten – Parliament unanimously make minced meat of the remarks Attorney-General Guus Schram made on September 11 during the installation o