Central Committee Hearings are planned for 17 November and 18 November about a Centralized Registration System for Child Abuse and the National Ordinance on Inheritance and Legacies.
The Central Committee of Parliament Hearing for the central registration system is scheduled for Thursday morning at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of the House of Parliament.
A number of organizations and entities dealing with children have been invited to parliament to give their input with respect to the national ordinance to amend Book 1 of the Civil Code.
The organizations are Safe Haven, Court of Guardianship, I Can Foundation, Crystal Home, UJIMA Foundation and Women’s Desk.
The parliamentary hearings are part of the process to deal with amendments to the Civil and Penal Codes. Parliament in a session of October 3 requested that other entities be heard with respect to the changes that are to be made to various laws that govern the country.
A Central Committee of Parliament Hearing is scheduled for Friday at 10.00am with the Notary Association of the Netherlands Antilles & Aruba and the Bar Association of Lawyers.
Parliamentarians will get the input of the aforementioned with respect to the National Ordinance establishing Book 4 and Title 7.3 of the Civil Code, National Ordinance on Inheritance and Legacies.
This hearing will take place in the General Assembly Chamber in the House of Parliament.
The hearings are open to the public and will be carried live on St. Maarten Cable TV Channel 20.