Public Plenary Session of Parliament Scheduled for Monday Afternoon on Changes to Civil and Criminal

Central Committee Meeting with Labour & Health Minister on Monday Morning

A public plenary session of parliament will take place on Monday, October 03 at 2.00pm in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament.


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This meeting is the continuation of the plenary session that was held on Monday, September 26. Seven additional agenda points have been added for the October 3 parliamentary session.

During the September 26 plenary session, the House of Parliament dealt with three out of the eight agenda points with the first one related to incoming documents followed by amendments to the Civil Code having to deal with paternity; and the raising of children.

The other five agenda points are related to inheritance; purchasing of non removable property and assets; consumer protection; sole proprietorship; bankruptcy and claims.

The seven additional agenda points that have been added to the October 3 session are: National Ordinance Trust Companies; Establishment of a Central Registration System for Child Abuse; National Ordinance Rent; National Ordinance Insurance and Annuity; National Ordinance Married in the Community of Goods; Changes to National Ordinance Book 2 Civil Code; and National Ordinance New Criminal Code.

This meeting is open to the public and will be carried live on St. Maarten Cable TV Channel 20.

The Central Committee of Parliament will also be meeting on Monday morning at 10.00am with the Hon. Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labour Cornelius de Weever to provide information about Doctor’s Cards, Social Aid and Labour. The meeting will take place in the General Assembly Chamber in the House of Parliament at 10.00am.

The National Alliance (NA) faction in Parliament in a letter dated August 31, 2011 requested this meeting to discuss the aforementioned.

This meeting which is also open to the public will be carried live on St. Maarten Cable TV Channel 20.