Stricter screening …. in the Netherlands

By Hilbert Haar The municipal elections in the Netherlands that take place on Wednesday have brought the issue of integrity in local governments sharply into focus. Reading through reports in Dutch newspapers it seems that the Netherlands is in more need of an Integrity Chamber than the Netherlands. The reality: St. Maarten has such an […]

By Hilbert Haar

The municipal elections in the Netherlands that take place on Wednesday have brought the issue of integrity in local governments sharply into focus. Reading through reports in Dutch newspapers it seems that the Netherlands is in more need of an Integrity Chamber than the Netherlands. The reality: St. Maarten has such an institution and the Netherlands doesn’t.

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But the new Minister of Home Affairs Kajsa Ollongren leaves no doubt about it: the criminal world and legitimate society are seriously entwined in many Dutch municipalities.

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Source: StMaartenNews http://stmaartennews.com/opinions/stricter-screening-netherlands/

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