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Gerhard Hoogers: 'This is why the judge does not yet decide in case of an argument between the Netherlands and the islands'

30 May 2018
Prof. mr. H.G. (Gerhard) Hoogers
Prof. mr. H.G. (Gerhard) Hoogers

Will political quarrels between the Netherlands and the islands soon be resolved by a judge? The plan has been around for years, but the Dutch government is not cooperating, says Professor Gerhard Hoogers in the Curaçao Chronicle. Members of parliament from Aruba, Curaçao, Sint-Maarten are meeting with their colleagues in The Hague for three days this week. Hoogers (Constitutional Law), affiliated with the University of Groningen, follows the legal developments in the Kingdom closely.


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