Haiti - News : Zapping politics...
In his speech on the State of the Nation de facto President Jocelerme Privert indicates that he will leave power on February 7, leaving "a stable and socially peaceful country..." http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19761-haiti-politics-privert-s-speech-on-the-state-of-the-nation.html
Balance sheet of the Prime Minister
Monday in the Parliament, Prime Minister Enex Jean Charles, proceeded to the presentation and filing of the balance sheet of his Government. We invite you to watch this video :
Guy Philippe request validation of his power
Senator Guy Philippe, in a letter would have asked the Senate to validate his power. A Senate that is paralyzed until the election of a new Bureau... http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19769-haiti-politics-new-bureau-in-the-lower-house-blockade-in-the-senate.html
Sauveur Pierre Etienne left the OPL
Sauveur Pierre Etienne, General Coordinator of the Organization of the People in Struggle (OPL) announced his resignation of the party in the name of the democratic alternation and the modernization of the party.
Ecumenical ceremony at the National Palace
The Office of Communication of the Presidency announces the holding of an ecumenical ceremony on the courtyard of the National Palace on Thursday 12 January 2017 at 10:00 am, in tribute to the victims of the earthquake who harshly hit the Haitian nation 7 years ago...
The KID calls for respect for the electoral calendar
Several candidates for local and regional authorities, from the KID, are calling on the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) to respect the date of 29 January for the local elections and the second round of legislative elections.
"Makeda" to Jacmel
The painter Christina Clodomir alias "Makeda" will be in Jacmel from 13 to 15 January 2017 for two days of Yoga Retreat at "La Colline Enchantée", with a vegetarian menu. On Sunday, January 15, from 5:00 pm, you are cordially invited to the "Special Sunset Class" on Boulevard Pétion Bolivar.
For more information : go to the Departmental Tourist Office of the South-East or call (+509) 3816 1000.