MPs to meet about dump situation today | THE DAILY HERALD

PHILIPSBURG–Minister of Public Health Emil Lee and Minister of Environment and Infrastructure VROMI Miklos Giterson will be in in Parliament House today, Wednesday, at 2:00pm to continue an urgent Central Committee of Parliament meeting about the current situation at the constantly-on-fire dump and possible solutions.

This meeting started on February 7 and was suspended to give the two ministers time to research answers and information about questions posed by Members of Parliament (MPs).
A number of civil servants involved in tackling the dump issue will also be present for the meeting.

MPs will meet in a sitting of the Permanent Committee of Kingdom Affairs and Inter-Parliamentary Relations prior to the session on the dump. This meeting, set to start at 11:00am, will be a debriefing on the Inter-Parliamentary Kingdom Consultation IPKO and tripartite meetings of St. Maarten, Aruba and Curaçao held in The Hague May 28 to June 1.
Both parliamentary sessions will be carried live on St. Maarten Cable TV Channel 115, Pearl

Radio FM 98.1, SXMGOV Radio 107.9 FM,, and of Sint Maarten.

Source: The Daily Herald