Dating in suriname
While Dutch is still the official language you also hear Hindi, Chinese, Javanese, Portuguese, English and many Creole languages.The lingua franca is Sranan Tongo derived from African slaves in the 17When slavery was abolished in 1863, indentured workers from India, China and Indonesia were brought in to replace the newly freed African slaves.PARAMARIBO, Aug 7 (BERNAMA-NNN-CARIBBEANNEWS) -- In an effort to curb criticism on the government, and especially the president, the Suriname government has submitted a draft bill to parliament in which insulting the president on social media is punishable by either imprisonment or fines.During the debate on the draft bill 'Electronic Legal Transactions', member of parliament Stephen Tsang argued that 'we will have to be more careful and be more polite against each other online'.The introduction of this proposed law is a significant backward step for freedom of expression in the Caribbean."In many places in the Latin America and the Caribbean, so-called insult laws are being shunned, repealed and generally condemned as being contrary to constitutional provisions that guarantee free expression, said ACM president Wesley Gibbings, in an invited comment. has observed a general tendency to reverse gains made over the years? "It's very worrying that the parliament wants to make a special law to protect the president from insult. You may say about the president what you want." "If he believes that he is offended he should seek remedy by going to court as every other citizen.He made a lot of good, interesting but also funny reports about subjects from his country. He has been accused of being a communist, a drug dealer and a murderer, but he still walks around freely. It's time to put Idi in the spotlights with a collage of his work: Name: Idi Lemmers Location: Paramaribo, Surinam Age: 29Website: national politician would you like to interview and why? He’s now the leader of the biggest political party, and he’s still someone everyone in Holland and Surinam recognizes.
Now all that remains of these once flourishing plantations and synagogue are ruins and gravestones."Therefore you cannot punish those who exercise this right with imprisonment.You can't criminalize someone who is exercising their constitutional rights," he said.Dino Bouterse, director of Suriname's anti-terrorism unit, was arrested on Thursday in Panama by local authorities and turned over to US agents, said Preet Bharara, US attorney for the Southern District of New York.His arrest comes as his father, Desi Bouterse, himself convicted of drug offenses, hosts the annual UNASUR summit for leaders of South American countries.