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Robert Hannan, the Consul General of the United States in Haiti, informs the US will grant 15,000 temporary visas to citizens who will work on US territory. He pointed out that only US employers are allowed to initiate the process in favor of beneficiaries, which will have nothing to pay.
Privert will be protected like all citizens
Following the reaction of former President Privery who fears for his life http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-21636-haiti-security-former-president-privert-feared-for-his-life.html Ronsard St-Cyr, Secretary of State for Public Security, assured that the Government will ensure the security of the former president as it must do for all citizens.
NOTICE to Haitians in DR
The Consulate General of Haiti in Higuëy calls the compatriots of the eastern zone of the Dominican Republic in particular to the caution before the broadcast on the social networks of audio and video messages that convey false information. The Consulate condemns such practices and reminds the public that the Government of Haiti has official channels to spread its messages to the population. In the event of an emergency, the Consulate demand to call 24/7 the mobile consular brigades at the following numbers: 829-726-5891 / 849-269-9173
102nd anniversary of US occupation
This July 28th brings back the 102nd anniversary of the beginning of the American occupation. A coalition of civil society organizations announced the holding of a People's Court in several departments to condemn the crimes committed by the occupiers during public hearings.
Tourism : Strengthening of Haiti-Mexico ties
On Thursday, Colombe Emilie Jessy Menos, the Minister of Tourism received the Ambassador of Mexico to Haiti, Luis Alvarado. The exchanges focused in particular on the strengthening of the cooperation between Haiti and Mexico in the tourism sector. Haiti is expected to attend the "Cancun 2017 Forum on Investment in Tourism" to continue discussions.
Meeting of the Superior Council of Public Administration and Service
Thursday afternoon, the First Meeting of the Superior Council of Public Administration and Service was held at the official residence of the Prime Minister in Musseau. Among the points on the agenda were: the state of advancement of the recruitment of the body of State administrators; The status of priority dossiers (roadmap and scoreboard); of grievances of civil servant, the Presentation of the structures of the Council and of the National School of Administration and Public Policy (ENAPP).