Surveillance cameras on the way
WILLEMSTAD - The surveillance cameras are on the way. This was announced by the Minister of Justice, Nelson Navarro last Thursday in response to questions about it from the media during the press conference of the Council of Ministers. “Everything is packed, the containers are on the way.”
“Next week, a number of containers will arrive,” said Navarro.
Next week the meeting in parliament on the CCTV will resume. The meeting was adjourned on June 19 this year. On Tuesday, August 11, Navarro will explain, starting at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, how the decision was made to purchase these cameras.
“Meeting or not, the contract is signed and the CCTV cameras will be here,” said the Minister of Justice. “The Chinese company that will deliver these cameras, INSPUR, has drawn up a timetable and we expect that within a month we can begin with the implementation of the project and it is expected to take about three to four months,” said Navarro.
The monitoring room must still be installed and staff should also be trained. The minister indicated that by the end of the year they will have enough people to staff the monitoring room, so that the CCTV cameras can be used for the intended purpose.