PHILIPSBURG:— The Election Committee of the St. Maarten Chamber of Commerce met to discuss the upcoming Chamber by-election.
Voters for Small Businesses are those entitled to vote, whose names appear in the Commercial Register as involved in an established company with less than one hundred thousand guilders capital investment.
We hereby wish to inform you that in accordance with Federal Ordinance of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry (P.B. 1944 No.202) one position on the Board representing Small Business has become vacant due to a resignation.
Consequently, the Election Committee will sit and subsequently inform you of the by-election date.
Entitled to vote: Eligible voters are persons who meet all of the following requirements:
Residents (those registered with the Registry Office for 2 years);
of Dutch citizenship/nationality;
25 years or older as of August 15, 2016;
Involved in an established company;
No incompatibilities (more persons in the same business);
Not excluded from eligibility (see entitled to vote).
Who for one year, immediately preceding the making up of the Register of Voters, appear in the Commercial Register of the Chamber as:
Owner, partner, manager, deputy manager, managing director, supervisory director, general attorney or proxy holders (with no limitations).
Excluded From Voting Are:
Prisoners, persons put in a ward because of insanity, persons adjudged bankrupt, etc.
Duration of Membership
A term of office lasts three years. Each year, one third of the membership steps down by rotation. Temporary vacancies: also stepping down by rotation.
Dismissal by law.
We want to advise all businesses who want to take part in the by-election to first settle their outstanding bills at The Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Source: St. Martin News Network
Election Committee of Chamber of Commerce discussed results.