The Integrity Chamber comprises of three members:
One is appointed by Sint Maarten on a binding written recommendation from the Council of Ministers of Sint Maarten,
One is appointed by Sint Maarten on a binding written recommendation from the Council of Ministers of The Netherlands,
One is appointed by the Kingdom Council of Ministers on a binding recommendation of the first two members.
The Integrity Chamber is supported by a secretariat, headed by a director. The secretariat carries out the daily activities of the Integrity Chamber. The staff of the secretariat, including the director, are solely accountable to the members of the Integrity Chamber.
Pursuant to article 36, paragraph 1, of the National Ordinance Integrity Chamber, the Integrity Chamber reports annually on its activities to the government, Parliament and the council of ministers of the kingdom.
The report is published in the National Gazette, and is also available on the website.
Click below to be directed to our Annual Reports and other publications.
There is a Supervisory Council of the Integrity Chamber, which consists of three members. The members are appointed in the same manner as the members of the Integrity Chamber.
The Supervisory Council oversees specific activities of the Integrity Chamber. A special task is the granting of authorization for on-site investigations. The Supervisory Council also handles complaints against the Integrity Chamber regarding the manner in which it executed its authorities.
It is the Integrity Chamber’s mission to instil the need for integrity awareness and ethical behaviour within Government and the community, and by doing so, establishing and maintaining a level of trust internally in our society and outwardly in terms of international relations.
It is the Integrity Chamber’s vision to instill the continuous importance of personal and public integrity within all levels of governance, businesses and the public.
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