Ard van der Steur, the Dutch Minister of Security and Justice raised worries over the Curaçao web betting industry in June 2016, amid a meeting of the four equity pastors in the Dutch Kingdom. The priest needed better controls set up that would give better supervision and checking of the internet betting industry. This wasn't the first occasion when that worries were brought as up in May 2016, MP Ronald van Raak of the Socialist Party (SP) had arranged and submitted two arrangements of inquiries focusing on unlawful betting exercises that began from online gambling clubs in Curacao and the part that multi-national bookkeeping firm KPMG was playing. Klaas Dijkhoff, the Junior Minister of Security and Justice and Stef Blok, the Acting Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations have resolved to investigate these worries and will hope to prevent illicit online gambling clubs from Curacao from working in the Netherlands. Curacao is a little island country that is a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Blok expressed that the Curaçao Government is right now during the time spent assembling a national mandate to screen web betting exercises in the nation and it would be the obligation of the Curaçao Prosecutor's Office and the Curaçao Government to concoct stringent controls that would screen the internet betting industry and keep illicit online club from working. MP Ronald van Raak likewise scrutinized the trustworthiness of KPMG in regards to its relationship with gambling club head honcho Francesco Corallo and information transfers firm UTS. However Blok expressed that he was not able address every one of the inquiries raised by Van Raak the same number of them were outside his given obligation. Blok additionally highlighted the way that the Dutch Gaming Authority (DGA) does not have the power to act outside the Netherlands however it would team up with Curacao to advance better basic participation and change with the Netherlands. The DGA had dispatched an examination checking online gambling club locales from Curacao that offered administrations in the Netherlands. In an announcement, the DGA said that its examinations "Concerned unlawful betting with a constrained size on the Dutch business sector. The examination brought about intercessions, after which the transgressions were finished." The DGA utilized casual requirement methodology to put a stop to unlawful lotteries and forced fines on these web gaming administrators. Nonetheless, prior this month MP Nine Kooiman (SP) and Jeroen van Wijngaarden from the VVD party alongside the Second Chamber needed the DGA to assume on more liability in St. Maarten and Curacao to put a stop to illicit betting sites. State Secretary Dijkhoff guaranteed to react to this movement at a later date.