According to one of the committee members, when they showed up at the parliament building for the meeting they learnt that the griffier of parliament Franklyn Hanze and the chairperson of the committee Roy Marlin forgot to invite Brooks-Solomon, therefore the meeting had to be cancelled.
Brooks-Solomon then representative of the Netherlands Antilles along with two other persons from the Netherlands compiled the report in 2009.
The constant blunders and unnecessary mistakes coming from parliament are beginning to frustrate several parliamentarians who said that they are completely disappointed with Arrindell's performance. They said they were of the opinion that Arrindell could have handled the job she was given by the United Peoples Party since she Arrindell claimed to have a doctorate in political science.
Furthermore, residents, civil servants as well as the elected officials are angry at the entire parliament of St. Maarten who hired Franklyn Hanze as griffier. One highly qualified civil servant told SMN News that Hanze is not working for the people's money. He is paid close to Naf 40,000.00 per month for making more blunders and to ill advice the chairlady of parliament whom they said has to be spoon fed.