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By Edition On Thursday, August 10th, 2017
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MP asks questions about illegal prostitution

WILLEMSTAD - The Member of Parliament for PAR, Anna-Maria Pauletta asked the Minister of Justice Quincy Girigorie several questions about the large number of people working as prostitutes outside the brothel Campo More...

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By Edition On Friday, July 14th, 2017
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Curaçao takes refugees temporarily

WILLEMSTAD - Curaçao will temporarily grant asylum for political refugees. That is what the Minister of Justice Quincy Girigorie said after a visiting from the UN Refugee Organization UNHCR. Curaçao has not signed More...

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By Edition On Friday, June 30th, 2017
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Situation cells Rio Canario bad and inhumane

WILLEMSTAD - Of the five men who escaped from the Rio Canario police cells last weekend, two are still fugitive. This is according to the Minister of Justice Quincy Girigorie. The Minister indicated during the weekly More...

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By Edition On Monday, June 12th, 2017
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Minister of Justice: “The Netherlands will reinforce Curaçao Police”

WILLEMSTAD - According to the new Minister of Justice, Quincy Girgorie, he already spoke with the government in the Netherlands about a possible reinforcement for the Curaçao Police Corps (KPC) in the fight against More...

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By Edition On Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
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Curaçao’s coast closed for a week

WILLEMSTAD - To stop the increasing Venezuelan refugee flow, the coast of the island is closed this week. That decision was made by the Council of Ministers (RvM) last week. The Minister of Justice, Quincy Girigorie More...

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By Edition On Saturday, May 6th, 2017
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Quincy Girigorie nominated by PAR as Minister of Justice

WILLEMSTAD – The winner of the elections of last Friday nominated the young lawyer Quincy Girigorie as Minister of Justice. Girigorie has been active as a lawyer on the island for some years now and has also been More...