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On Saturday, the deputies ratified the draft budget 2017-2018 in the same terms as the senators (78 votes for, 8 against and 5 abstentions.) The 2017-2018 budget will now be transmitted to the Executive for publication in the official newspaper "Le moniteur".
Sunday a traffic accident occurred in Madeline (Cap-Haitien), involving a tank truck and a motorcycle. Results: one dead and one seriously wounded. The passenger of the motorcycle died on the spot, while the motorcyclist, seriously injured was rushed to the hospital.
Petit Goâve : Arrest of « Timémèt »
The police of Petit-Goâve apprehended, Edner Borgella aka Timémèt" to the Street Benoit. Originally from Vallue, Edner Borgella (30) was actively wanted by the police. after about 20 complaints filed against him and other charges including robbery, theft, illegal possession of firearms, according to the police. Asked on Radio Preference, Edner Borgella says he does not know why he was arrested. HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve).
Return of Moïse JC on the concrete
Moses Jean Charles, of the Platform "Pitit Dessalin", defeated candidate in the last presidential elections, announced a demonstration in the streets of the capital, Tuesday 12 of September to denounce the mismanagement of the team and the draft budget law which he describes as a "criminal", a budget that according to him "aims to impoverish the population".
The Ambassador of Haiti in the USA recalled
Paul Altidor Ambassador of Haiti to Washington was recalled...
Closing of the 2nd session of the legislative year
This Monday, September 11, teh Deputies and Senators of the 50th Legislature will close the second regular session of the 2017 legislative year. Even if closed, Senators will continue their regular work, while the deputies will be called to the Extraordinary Assembly by the Executive in case of need. The next parliamentary return will take place on January 8, 2018.
Words of Moïse
"IRMA has just struck Cuba. All our solidarity goes to that brother-people with whom we have always walked hand in hand [...] At the moment when IRMA strikes Florida, all my thoughts are for the inhabitants of this state, especially my compatriots living there," said President Jovenel Moïse.