Tromp to face trial for tax fraud

Emsley Tromp

The governor of the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten is to stand trial for tax evasion, the nation’s public prosecutor announced on May 5. The prosecutor’s statement accuses Emsley Tromp of failing to pay a total of 5.5 million Antillean guilders ($3.1 million) in tax on income designated as pension contributions between 2006 and 2014.

Details regarding the date of the trial have been sent to Tromp. The governor, who is currently suspended, has yet to respond to the summons and

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