Act of 28 October 1954 on the acceptance of a Statute for the Kingdom of the Netherlands
The Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten,
Noting that the Netherlands, Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles declared in 1954 a free will in the Kingdom of the Netherlands to accept a new legal order, in which they represent their own interests independently and at the base of the equivalence of common interests and mutual assistance, and have decided in common accord to establish the Statute for the Kingdom;
Noting that the statutory relationship with Suriname has been terminated from 25 November 1975 by amendment of the Staff Regulations by the Law of 22 November 1975, Stb. 617, PbNA 233;
Noting that Aruba declared its free will to accept that legal order as a country as from 1 January 1986 for a period of 10 years and from 1 January 1996 for an unlimited period;
whereas Curaçao and Sint Maarten have each declared free will to accept this legal order as a country;
have decided, in common accord, to lay down the Statute for the Kingdom as follows:
1 The Kingdom of the Netherlands includes the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
2 Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba are each part of the state system of the Netherlands. For these islands, rules may be laid down and other specific measures may be taken in view of the economic and social conditions, the remotest distance to the European part of the Netherlands, their insular nature, small areas and population, geographical conditions, climate and other factors, making these islands substantially different from the European part of the Netherlands.
The Crown of the Kingdom shall be worn by Her Majesty Juliana, Princess of Orange-Nassau and by Her Legitimate successors in succession.
1 The King shall execute the government of the Kingdom and of each of the countries. He is inviolable, the ministers are responsible.
2 The King is represented in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten by the Governor. The powers, obligations and responsibility of the Governor as the representative of the Government of the Kingdom are governed by state law or in the cases which are eligible for this purpose in the case of a general measure of the administration of the State.
3 The state law governs what is related to the appointment and dismissal of the Governor. The appointment and dismissal shall be made by the King as head of the Kingdom.
1 Without prejudice to what is laid down elsewhere in the Staff Regulations, matters of the Kingdom shall:
(a) the maintenance of the independence and defence of the Kingdom;
b. External relations;
c. The Dutchship;
d. the order of the knighderorders, and of the flag and coat of arms of the Kingdom;
e. the arrangement of nationality of ships and the lodging of requirements relating to the safety and navigation of seagoing vessels flying the flag of the Kingdom, with the exception of sailing ships;
f. supervision of the general rules governing the admission and expulsion of Dutch citizens;
g. the setting of general conditions for admission and expulsion of aliens;
h. the extradition.
2 Other matters may be stated in common in common to matters of the Kingdom.
Article 55 shall be applied mutatis mutandis.
1 The royal power shall be exercised in matters of the Kingdom by the King as the head of the Kingdom.
2 The legislature shall be exercised in matters of the Kingdom by the legislature of the Kingdom. In the case of proposals of rules of state law, treatment is taking place in accordance with the Articles 15 to 21 .
1 The rule of law of the Kingdom referred to in the Statute of the Kingdom, the exercise of royal and legislative powers in matters of the Kingdom shall be governed by the Statute not provided for in the Staff Regulations in the case of the Constitution for the Kingdom.
2 The Constitution Takes into account the provisions of the Staff Regulations.
3 On a proposal for change in the Constitution , laying down provisions on matters of the Kingdom, as well as the draft law, that there is ground for considering such a proposal, the Articles 15 to 20 applicable.
1 The matters of the Kingdom shall be responsible for the cooperation of the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, in accordance with the following provisions.
2 For the protection of these matters, national bodies shall be enabled whenever possible.
The Council of Ministers of the Kingdom is made up of the Ministers appointed by the King and the Minister Plenipotentiary, appointed by the Government of Aruba, Curaçao, as the Deputy Minister.
1 The Plenipotentiary Ministers shall act on behalf of the governments of their country, which shall appoint and dismiss them.
They must have the State of Dutchman.
2 The Government of the country concerned shall determine who shall prevent the Minister Plenipotentiary in the absence of his or her absence.
The provisions of this Statute laid down for the Minister Plenipotentiary shall apply mutatis mutandis in respect of his deputy.
1 The Minister, before accepting his relationship, shall take an oath or pledge of allegiance to the King and the Staff Regulations in the hands of the Governor. The form for oath or promise shall be established by a general measure of government administration.
2 In the Netherlands, the Plenipotentiary Minister shall take the oath or promise in the hands of the King.
1 The Minister Plenipotentiary shall take part in the deliberations of the meetings of the Council of Ministers and of the standing colleges and special committees of the Council on matters of the Kingdom of which the country concerned is affected.
2 The Governments of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten are all entitled-if a subject gives rise to it-in addition to the Minister Plenipotentiary, to participate in the Minister in an advisory capacity in the previous Member State. Consultation.
1 Proposals for change in the Constitution , laying down provisions on matters of the Kingdom, affect Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
2 In respect of defence, it is assumed that the defence of the territory of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, any agreements or agreements relating to an area which is part of their sphere of interest Aruba, Curaçao, Netherlands, is the Maarten is hitting.
3 Regarding external relations, it is assumed that foreign relations, when interests of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten are involved in particular, or when the provision in it has serious consequences for the foreign relations, These interests may affect, Aruba, Curaçao, or at least St Martin's.
4 The determination of the contribution to the costs referred to in Article 35 , affects Aruba, Curaçao, or Sint Maarten.
5 Proposals for naturalisation are considered to affect Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten only if it is a person who is resident in the country concerned.
6 The Governments of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten may indicate which matters of the Kingdom, except those referred to, in the first to the fourth paragraph, touch their respective countries.
1 Where the Plenipotentiary Minister of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, under the direction of the grounds on which he anticipates severe benadation of his country, has stated that his country is not to be bound by any intended provision, In the case of general binding rules, provision may be made for the provision to be made in the country in question, unless the relationship between the country in the Kingdom of the Netherlands is opposed to that provision.
2 If the Minister of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, the Plenipotentiary, has serious objection to the initial judgment of the Council of Ministers on the requirement of bondage, referred to in paragraph 1, or on any other matter, the treatment of which he has taken part shall be continued at the request of the consultations, taking into account, where appropriate, a period to be determined by the Council of Ministers.
3 The consultations shall be held between the Prime Minister, two Ministers, the Minister Plenipotentiary, and a Minister of Special Representative, to be appointed by the Government concerned.
4 Wishes to take part in the continuing consultations with a number of Plenipotentiary Ministers, these consultations shall take place between these Minister Plenipotentiaries, an equally large number of Ministers and the Minister for Foreign Affairs. The Second paragraph of Article 10 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
5 The Council of Ministers shall judge in accordance with the outcome of the continuation consultations. If the time limit for consultation is not used within the specified period, the Council of Ministers shall determine its opinion.
In the case of rules of state law, provision shall be made for the treatment of disputes between the Kingdom and the countries which have been designated by the State.
1 There is a Council of State of the Kingdom.
2 If the Government of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten gives the wish to do so, the King of Aruba, Curaçao, shall appoint a member of the Council of State for Aruba, Curaçao, whose appointment shall be in accordance with the Government of the Netherlands. the country concerned.
His resignation shall be after consultation with that Government.
3 The State Councils of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten take part in the work of the Council of State where the Council or a branch of the Council is heard on draft laws and general measures of government administration, which are published in Aruba, Curaçao, or Sint Maarten, shall apply, or on other matters, which shall be in accordance with Article 11 Aruba, Curaçao are touching Sint Maarten.
4 In the case of a general measure of public administration, rules may be laid down in relation to the said State (s), which are different from those of the Law of the Council of State .
1 To regulate matters of the Kingdom-to the extent that the matter in question does not regulate in the Constitution Member States shall, subject to the international rules and subject to the provisions of the third paragraph, find a general measure of public administration in the case of state law or in the cases which may be taken into account.
The state law or general measure of public administration may delegate or leave to other bodies the lodging of detailed rules. The transfer or leave to the countries shall be made to the legislator or to the Government of the countries.
2 If the scheme is not reserved by the State law, it may be taken in the case of a general measure of public administration.
3 Rules on matters of the Kingdom which do not apply in Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten are to be adopted by law or by a general measure of management.
4 Naturalization of persons, residing in Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, is made by or under the state law.
1 The King sends a draft law of state law simultaneously with the submission to the States-General to the representing bodies of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
2 The transmission of the proposal by the Second Chamber shall be effected by the Second Chamber immediately after it has been brought before the Chamber by a proposal for a proposal of national law, based on the States General.
3 The Minister Plenipotentiary of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, is competent to propose to the Second Chamber to propose a proposal for a row of state law.
The representative body of the country in which the scheme is to apply shall be empowered to examine it before the public examination of the draft in question and, where necessary, within a time limit to be determined in writing. -To bring it up
1 The Minister Plenipotentiary of the country in which the scheme will apply shall be given the opportunity to attend, in the Chambers of the States-General, the oral procedure for the draft Law on the Law of the State, providing information to the Chambers in such a way as to to be supplied if it wishes to be considered.
2 The representative body of the country in which the scheme will apply may decide to issue, for the treatment of a particular draft in the States-General, one or more special delegates, who shall also be entitled to take the oral part of the procedure. to attend treatment and to provide information in this respect.
3 The Plenipotentiaries and the special delegates shall not be subject to judicial review for what they have said in the meeting of the Chambers of the States or of the General Assembly, or have been produced in writing by them.
4 The Plenipotentiary of Ministers and the special delegates shall be empowered to propose amendments to the draft in the second Chamber.
1 The Minister Plenipotentiary of the country, in which the scheme will apply, shall be given the opportunity to express its opinion on this proposal before the final vote on a proposal for a row of state law in the Chambers of the States. If the Minister Plenipotentiary declares himself against the proposal, he may also ask the Chamber to hold the vote until the next sitting. If, after the Minister Plenipotentiary has declared itself against the proposal, the Court of Justice shall adopt it by a majority less than three fifths of the votes of the votes cast, the proceedings shall be suspended and shall be further consultations on the proposal in the Council of Ministers.
2 Where special delegates are present in the meeting of the Boards, the power referred to in paragraph 1 shall be the delegate designated by the representative body to that effect.
Rules may be laid down in the case of State law in respect of the provisions of the Directive. Articles 15 to 19 .
If, after having been consulted with the Plenipotentiary Ministers of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, in the event of war or in other special cases, which must be acted without delay, it is impossible for the judgment of the King to be the result of the Article 16 The investigation shall be subject to a derogation from the provision of that Article.
1 The Government of the Kingdom shall ensure the proclamation of laws of the state and general measures of government administration. It shall take place in the country, where the system will be in the official gazette. For this purpose, the national governments shall provide the necessary cooperation.
2 They shall enter into force on the date to be determined in accordance with those arrangements.
3 The application for the termination of the laws and of the general measures taken by the State concerned states that the provisions of the Staff Regulations are respected in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
1 The jurisdiction of the Hoge Raad der Nederlanden in relation to court cases in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, as well as on Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, is governed by state law.
2 If the Government of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten so requests, the possibility shall be opened up to the Council, which shall be added to the Council as a member, an extraordinary member or an advisory member.
1 Agreements with other powers and with international bodies of international law, which affect Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, are simultaneously presented to the States-General to the representative body of Aruba, Curaçao St. Maarten, on the other hand.
2 Where the Agreement has been submitted to the States-General for tacit approval, the Plenipotentiary may, within the period prescribed for the Chambers of the States-General, express the wish that the Agreement may be to the Agreement Explicit approval of the States-General will be submitted.
3 The preceding paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis in respect of cancellation of international agreements, the first paragraph, except that of the intention to denunciation notice to the representative body of Aruba, Curaçao Sint Maarten is done in the same way.
1 In international economic and financial agreements, the King of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten does not bind, if the Government of the country, under the designation of the grounds on which it expects the country's binding approach, has declared that the country should not be connected.
2 International Economic and Financial Agreements the King says in respect of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, not on, if the Government of the country, under the designation of the grounds, on which it of the country's denunciation of the denunciation has stated that it has not, that the country should be subject to notice. Such denunciation may nevertheless be made if it is not compatible with the provisions of the contraa, that the country of the denunciation shall be excluded.
If the Government of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten expresses the wish that an international economic or financial agreement applies exclusively to the country concerned, the Government of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands shall co-operate with the to such an agreement, unless the relationship of the country in the Kingdom is opposed to that agreement.
1 Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten are involved as early as possible in the preparation of agreements with other powers, which will be Article 11 affect. They are also involved in the implementation of agreements, which thus affect them and are binding for them.
2 The Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten affect cooperation between the countries for the purpose of creating regulations or other measures necessary for the implementation of agreements with the other powers.
3 If the interests of the Kingdom are affected by the absence of regulation or other measures necessary for the implementation of an agreement with other powers in one of the countries, whereas the agreement is not before the that country can be ratified when regulations or other measures are ready, a general measure of government administration, or if necessary a state law, may determine how implementation is to be implemented in accordance with that agreement.
4 If regulations or other measures taken to implement the relevant agreement have been taken by the country, the general measure of public administration or the state law shall be repealed.
On the basis of international agreements entered into by the Kingdom, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten may accede as members of international organisations if they so wish.
1 The establishment or guarantee of a monetary loan outside the Kingdom, in particular or at the expense of one of the countries, shall be in accordance with the Government of the Kingdom.
2 The Council of Ministers shall unite with the establishment or guarantee of such a loan, unless the interests of the Kingdom are opposed to it.
1 Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten to the armed forces, which are in their territory, the assistance and assistance which they need in the performance of their duties.
2 In the case of a national regulation, it is to ensure that the force of the Kingdom of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten can fulfil its mission.
1 Persons residing in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten may not be required to serve as a military or civil service as a military service or to civil service.
2 It is reserved to the State scheme to provide that conscripts are not able to be sent elsewhere in the State without their consent, but in accordance with a national regulation.
In the armed forces for the defence of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, as many persons as may be resident in these countries will be included.
1 For the protection of the defence, the claim shall be the property and use of goods, the limitation of the property and rights of ownership, the claim of services and the classification of the goods, not taking account of the conditions of the claim, except in accordance with the rules laid down in the laws of the Member State concerned. general rules, including provisions on compensation.
2 Further arrangements shall be laid down in this Law of the State, whenever possible, for national bodies.
1 The King may, in order to maintain internal security, in the event of war or war danger, or in the event of threat or disturbance of the internal order and rest, may lead to a substantial impairment of the interests of the Kingdom, any part of of the territory in a state of war or in martial law.
2 In the case of or under national law, the manner in which the declaration is made shall be determined and the effects shall be settled.
3 It may be determined by that system, that and in what way powers of civil authority of civil law and police are transferred, in whole or in part, to other organs of civil authority or to military authority. and that, in the latter case, the civil authorities are subject to military subordination in this regard. Consultations shall be held where possible with the Government of the country concerned as regards the transfer of powers. It may derogate from the provisions relating to the freedom of the press, the right of association and the assembly, and the rules on the inviolability of the dwelling and the postal secret.
4 In the case of war, in the case of war, the military criminal law and the military criminal justice system may be declared, in whole or in part, upon each application, in the case of war.
1 Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten contribute in accordance with their capacity to pay, in order to maintain the independence and defence of the Kingdom, and in the costs associated with the care of other countries. matters of the Kingdom, insofar as it is intended for Aruba, Curaçao, or Sint Maarten.
2 The contribution referred to in paragraph 1 of Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, shall be fixed by the Council of Ministers for a financial year or for any successive financial years.
Article 12 shall apply mutatis mutandis, except where decisions are taken by unanimity.
3 If the establishment referred to in paragraph 2 has not taken place in due time, the period of contribution fixed in accordance with that paragraph for the last financial year shall be applied pending for the duration of a maximum of one financial year.
4 The preceding paragraphs shall not apply in respect of the cost of facilities, for which special arrangements have been made.
The Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten provide assistance and assistance.
1 The Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten will consult as many consultations as possible on all matters, involving interests of two or more of the countries. Special representatives may be designated for this purpose and joint bodies to be established.
2 As matters referred to in this Article, the following shall be considered to be:
(a) the promotion of cultural and social relations between the countries;
(b) the promotion of efficient economic, financial and monetary relations between the countries;
c. coin and currency issues, banking and foreign exchange policy;
d. the promotion of economic resilience by mutual assistance and assistance from the countries;
e. the professional and business activities of the Dutch in the countries;
f. matters, aviation relating to, including, the policy of unscheduled air transport;
g. matters, the shipping relating to;
h. The cooperation in the field of telegraphy, telephony and radio transmission.
1 The Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten can make arrangements between themselves.
2 By mutual agreement it may be determined that such arrangements and amendments thereto shall be adopted in the event of a state law or a general measure of public administration.
3 Under private law and criminal matters of an interregional or international nature, rules may be laid down in the law of the State if such rules exist between the governments of the countries concerned.
4 In the matter of the transfer of legal persons to legal persons, it is provided for in the Act of State law. This provision shall be subject to agreement between the governments of the countries concerned.
The countries may make arrangements for the treatment of disputes between them by mutual arrangement. The second member of Article 38 shall apply.
1 The civil and commercial law, civil proceedings, criminal law, criminal proceedings, copyright, industrial property, notarial office, and other provisions on weights and weights are published in the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Saint-John. Maarten, as far as possible, in a similar manner.
2 A proposal for a major change in the existing legislation on this document is not submitted to the representative body or taken by the representative body before the governments of the other Member States are taken into account. have been given the opportunity to express their views on this point.
Judgments handed down by courts in the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten, and orders issued by him, grexes of authentic instruments in the past, may be implemented throughout the Kingdom, with due regard to the conditions laid down in the the legal provisions of the country in which the implementation takes place.
1 The Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten defend their own affairs independently.
2 The interests of the Kingdom are also an object of concern for the countries.
1 In the Kingdom, the State's direction of the Netherlands rules is in the Constitution , those of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten in the State schemes of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
2 The State Regulations of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten are laid down in national regulations. Any proposal for change to the State Scheme explicitly designates the proposed change. The representative body may not adopt the draft of a national regulation than two thirds of the votes of the votes cast.
1 Each of the countries shall ensure the attainment of fundamental human rights and freedoms, the legal certainty and the soundness of the administration.
2 The safeguarding of these rights, of freedoms, of legal certainty and of the soundness of the administration is the matter of the Kingdom.
1 A national regulation amending the State Regulations in respect of:
a. Articles, relating to fundamental human rights and freedoms;
(b) the provisions relating to the powers of the Governor;
(c) the articles relating to the powers of the representative bodies of the countries;
d. the articles relating to the case-law,
shall be submitted to the Government of the Kingdom. It shall not enter into force after the Government of the Kingdom has given its assent.
2 A draft State Regulation on the preceding provisions shall not be offered to the representative body nor to an initiative draft taken by the body in inquiry other than after it has been felt by the Government of the Kingdom inwon.
Changes in the Constitution concerning:
a. Articles, relating to fundamental human rights and freedoms;
(b) the provisions relating to the powers of the Government;
(c) the articles relating to the powers of the representative body;
d. the articles relating to the case-law,
1 The representative bodies shall be chosen by the residents of the country concerned, including the Dutch, who have attained the age to be determined by the countries, which may not exceed 25 years. Each voter shall cast only one vote. The elections are free and secret. If the need to do so proves to be necessary, the countries may impose restrictions. Each Dutchman shall be eligible for use as a result of the fact that the countries can set the requirement of residence and an age limit.
2 The countries may grant representative bodies to the Dutch who are not nationals of the country concerned, and to residents of the country concerned who are not Dutchman, representing the right to represent the right to represent them. to choose the bodies and to be chosen, provided that they complied with at least the requirements for residents who are also Dutchman.
1 The Ministers and the members of the representative body in the countries shall take an oath or pledge of allegiance to the King and the Staff Regulations before they are accepted.
2 The ministers and the members of the representing body in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten are taking the oath or promise in the hands of the representative of the King.
The Member States shall respect the provisions of the Staff Regulations in their respective legislation and management.
Rules governing the binding of legislative measures, which are contrary to the Staff Regulations, an international rule, a state law, or a general measure of public administration, may be laid down in a row law.
1 Legislative and administrative measures in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, which are contrary to the Staff Regulations, an international rule, a state law, or a general measure of public administration, or with interests, welfare or guarantee The Kingdom of the Netherlands may be suspended and destroyed by reason of a reasoned decision by the King as the Head of the Kingdom. The proposal for destruction shall be carried out by the Council of Ministers.
2 For the Netherlands, in this issue, to the extent necessary in the Constitution provide.
1 Where an institution in Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten does not sufficiently provide for what is required under the Staff Regulations, an international rule, a state law or a general measure of public administration, may, under the instructions of the on grounds of law and on the basis of which he is based, a general measure of public administration shall determine the manner in which it is to be provided.
2 For the Netherlands, in this issue, to the extent necessary in the Constitution provide.
The Land Ordination may confer on the King as head of the Kingdom and to the Governor as the institution of the Kingdom with the approval of the King powers in matters of national affairs.
If Aruba, Curaçao or Sint Maarten expressed a wish to do so, the independent supervision of the use of funds shall be determined by the General Court of Auditors, in accordance with the budget of Aruba, Curaçao, the Netherlands. - In this case, the cooperation between the Court of Auditors and the country in question shall be decided by the Court of Auditors, after consultation with the Court of Auditors. The government of the country, on a proposal from the representative body, will then be able to appoint a person to take part in the deliberations on all matters of the country concerned.
1 In the case of a change of Constitution Article 1, second paragraph , expiring at the time of the Constitution, the position of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba is provided within the state system of the Netherlands.
Article 2 This Article shall lapse if under the provisions of the preceding paragraph Article 1, second paragraph , is declared expired.
1 Amendment to this Statute is provided for in the Act of State law.
2 A proposal for amendment, adopted by the States General, is not approved by the King, before it has been accepted by Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten. This acceptance is carried out by a national regulation.
This State Regulation shall not be adopted before the draft has been approved by the States in two readings. If the draft is approved at first reading by two-thirds of the votes of the votes cast, the fixing shall be made immediately. The second reading shall take place within one month of the adoption of the draft at first reading.
3 Where and to the extent that a proposal for amendment of the Staff Regulations differs from that of Constitution , the proposal will be dealt with in the manner of Constitution for proposals for change in the Constitution provided that the two rooms at second reading may adopt the proposed change by an absolute majority of the votes cast.
At the time of entry into force of the Staff Regulations, existing authorities, binding laws, regulations and decisions shall remain in place until they have been replaced by others, subject to the provisions of this Statute. In so far as the Staff Regulations themselves provide otherwise in any particular matter, the Rules of the Statute shall apply.
Laws and general measures of administration which applied in the Netherlands Antilles shall be governed by the State of the Law, or by a general measure of public administration, on the understanding that, in so far as they are required by the Staff Regulations, they shall be It may be amended, the State has a Member State of a regulation.
Existing laws, laws, national regulations, general measures of government administration, general measures of administration and other regulations and decisions which conflict with a change in the Staff Regulations, will be maintained until such time as compliance with the Staff Regulations has been taken into account.
1 Aruba can state by way of a regulation that it intends to terminate the legal order laid down in the Staff Regulations in respect of Aruba.
2 The proposal for a regulation of this kind shall be accompanied by a sketch of a future constitution, at least on fundamental rights, government, representative body, legislation and administration, case-law, and other legal acts, Amendment of the constitution.
3 The States may not approve the proposal except by a two-thirds majority of the votes of the number of members of the session.
1 Within six months after the States of Aruba enter into Article 58 The proposal for a regulation is adopted by a Member State in a referendum on the basis of which the Member States can vote on the proposed proposal.
2 The proposal that has been adopted is not the subject of a regulation as a national regulation than after a majority vote in favour of the proposal by the referendum.
1 After the adoption of the national regulation in accordance with the Articles 58 and 59 and approval of the future constitution by the States of Aruba with a majority of at least two thirds of the votes of the number of session members shall be determined by royal decree according to the poultry of the Aruba Government. the date of termination of the legal order laid down in the Staff Regulations in respect of Aruba.
2 This date shall not exceed one month from the date of adoption of the constitution. This finding shall take place not more than one year after the date of entry into force of the Article 59 said referendum.
1 The designs laid down by the island councils of Curaçao and Sint Maarten in the island regulation for a State scheme of Curaçao, or Sint Maarten, are to be obtained at the time of the entry into force of the Articles I and II of the Act of Law amending the Statute for the abolition of the Netherlands Antilles the State of the Curaçao State system, the status of Sint Maarten, if:
a. The poultry of the Government of the Kingdom has been collected before the draft has been submitted to the relevant island council, or before an own-initiative proposal has been taken by the relevant island council.
(b) the draft has been accepted by the relevant island council by at least two thirds of the votes cast; and
(c) the Government of the Kingdom has agreed to the draft adopted by the relevant island council.
2 If a draft has been accepted by an island council with a smaller majority than two thirds of the votes cast, then the condition mentioned in paragraph 1 above shall be fulfilled. B If, after the vote on the draft, the island council has been dissolved and the draft has been accepted by an absolute majority of the votes cast, the new island council, which has been elected by reason of that dissolution, has been accepted.
3 If a draft has been accepted by an island council with a smaller majority than two thirds of the votes cast and the island council concerned has not been dissolved, the island council shall be dissolved by the authoritative authority. The decision to dissolve shall consist of the election of a new island council within two months and the first meeting of the new island council within three months of the date of the decision to dissolve. If the newly elected island council accepts the draft by an absolute majority of the votes cast, the condition mentioned below shall be fulfilled: B of the first member.
1 The draft state regulations of Curaçao, or Sint Maarten, adopted by the Curaçao island councils of Curaçao and Sint Maarten, at the time of the entry into force of the Articles I and II of the Act of Law amending the Statute for the abolition of the Netherlands Antilles The State of Land Regulations of the Land of Curaçao, or Sint Maarten.
2 The draft national decisions adopted by the Curaçao or Sint Maarten Besthourly, by means of an island decision or by the island decision, laying down general measures, laying down general measures for Curaçao, Sint Maarten, at the time of the entry into force of the Articles I and II of the Act of Law amending the Statute for the abolition of the Netherlands Antilles the State of Land Decree, National Decree on general measures of Curaçao, the Netherlands, the Netherlands, the Netherlands.
The Administrative Courts of Curaçao and Sint Maarten may, with each other and one or more governments of the countries of the Kingdom, make draft arrangements between the Member States and the State of which the State is of a mutual benefit within the meaning of Article 38, first paragraph , at the time of entry into force of the Articles I and II of the Act of Law amending the Statute for the abolition of the Netherlands Antilles .
The Statute shall enter into force at the time of the solemn proclamation, after it is confirmed by the King.
Before the confirmation is made, the Statute for the Netherlands needs to be accepted in the manner appropriate for the Netherlands. Constitution provided; for Suriname and for the Netherlands Antilles by a decision of the representative body.
This Decision shall be taken by two third parties of the votes cast. If such a majority is not obtained, the States shall be dissolved and shall be decided by the new States by an absolute majority of the votes cast.