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Moïse Jean-Charles, former candidate for the presidency of the Platform "Pitit Dessalin" threatens to revive the mobilization if, within a week, President Jovenel Moïse, does not reverse its decision to increase the prices of petroleum products.
Floods, 5 dead, 18 missing...
Following the floods caused by the last rains http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-20951-haiti-flash-the-country-again-threatened-by-the-weather.html which fell at Port-de-Paix and in the Grand'Anse. 5 people died, and 18 others are missing. 320 people were evacuated and placed in temporary shelters at Anse d'Hainault, Pestel and the Cayimites Islands.
80% of CNE's equipment down
The partial report of the Commission for Strengthening and Restructuring of the National Center of Equipments (CNE) presented Tuesday at the National Palace, indicates that 80% of the CNE's equipment are down. As a result, the CNE has mobilized 15% of its capacity for the launch of the Caravan of Change in the Artibonite Valley. It should be remembered that this Commission has been in office since 6 April.
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Special thought of Moïse
On Wednesday, as part of National Teachers' Day, President Jovenel Moïse declared "A special thought for Haitian teachers who are building the future of Haiti, often in difficult conditions."
Broadening the tax base
Economist Eddy Labossiere welcomed the government's decision to revise fuel prices, pointing out that the subsidy of oil prices was damaging to the Treasury. He also encourages the Government to broaden the tax base of taxpayers.
Inauguration of a document center in Delmas 31
Wednesday, President Jovenel Moïse, proceeded to the inauguration of a Center for the Reception and Delivery of Identity Documents (CRLDI) in Delmas 31 where the taxpayer will be able to carry out all the administrative procedures with a view to obtaining Identity documents such as the National Identification Card, extracts from archives, driver's licenses, passports and to pay the fees associated with these documents.