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New Prime Minister Stanley Betrian
By Edition On Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
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Former ministers chose not to make use of transitional payment scheme

WILLEMSTAD – None of the members of the Betrian-cabinet had made use of the transitional payment scheme, said Minister of Finance, José Jardim – on behalf of independent parliamentarian Glenn Sulvaran – More...

Emily de Jongh Elhage
By Edition On Monday, January 7th, 2013
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PAR pleased with Betrian-cabinet

WILLEMSTAD — Opposition party PAR is very pleased with the work of the Betrian-cabinet that ended late last year. Former premier Stanley Betrian led an interim-cabinet from late September to late December, which More...

Prime Minister Betrian
By Edition On Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013
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Betrian: Interim-cabinet has completed the tasks

WILLEMSTAD – Although the Interim Government headed by Stanley Betrian has had no time to pursue a policy in the past three and a half months, the former Prime Minister believes the cabinet complied with the More...

Interim Government
By Edition On Saturday, December 29th, 2012
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Interim Government bids farewell

WILLEMSTAD - The interim government came together yesterday afternoon for the last meeting. Prime Minister Mr. Stanley Betrian, Minister of Finance Dr. Jose Jardim, Minister of Economic Development Mr. Cornelis More...

Government Center
By Edition On Thursday, December 27th, 2012
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2013 budget does not say anything about “free education”

WILLEMSTAD – The Advisory Council (RvA) had its remarks on the issue of “free education”. The chapter on education in the 2013 budget does not mention anything about free education, while the 2012 budget More...

Curacao Government Center
By Edition On Monday, December 24th, 2012
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Government closes year with fewer employees

WILLEMSTAD – With all probability the Curacao Government will close 2012 with 4611 employees, even though the Ministry of Planning and Public Service has not released the detailed reports of December as yet. The More...

Government Center
By Edition On Saturday, December 22nd, 2012
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“Cold Turkey” approach – Interim Government chooses to eliminate deficit at once

WILLEMSTAD – The interim Government chooses for the hard cold turkey variant for the necessary restructuring of public finances, in which the deficit in the public sector will be eliminated at once, while being More...

Prime Minister Betrian
By Edition On Friday, December 21st, 2012
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Prime Minister offers apologies to victims of firework explosion

WILLEMSTAD – Prime Minister Stanley Betrian offered yesterday during the weekly meeting of the Ministers, his apologies to the victims of the firework explosion last Saturday on behalf of his Government and previous More...

Jose Jardim
By Edition On Friday, December 21st, 2012
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Sales tax reduction on fruits and vegetables means 5 million less for Government

WILLEMSTAD – With the introduction of 0-tarrif on fruits and vegetables but also on some other products means that the Government will receive 5 million guilders (2.9 million dollars) less in sales tax. But on More...

Schotte and Van Rijn
By Edition On Friday, December 21st, 2012
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Secretary-General Van Rijn will challenge the Government in court

WILLEMSTAD – Secretary-General of the Ministry of General Affairs Stella van Rijn goes to court. She will file a complaint against the government of Curaçao because the interim Minister of General Affairs, Stanley More...