Haiti - News : Zapping...
Following the numerous rumors circulating on social networks, Commissioner Frantz Lerebours, spokesman for the National Police of Haiti (PNH) has formally denied any attempt to arrest former Senator Moïse Jean-Charles, in connection with the anti-governmental demonstrations he organized http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-22098-haiti-flash-violent-protest-against-the-budget-and-the-head-of-state.html "The PNH has no arrest order against former Senator of the North," said Frantz Lerebours stating that it was a routine check after a warning issued against a suspect vehicle, which turned out to be that of the former Senator...
US troops in Haiti...
"The presence of the American military in Haiti this week was for the sole purpose of providing humanitarian aid & refueling" informed the American Embassy in Port-au-Prince in order to put an end to the beginnings of rumors...
Advice of Evans Paul
"It is important for the government to avoid any blunders that may complicate the already degenerate political situation," former Prime Minister Evans Paul said.
Promises of President Moïse
President Jovenel Moïse promises to adopt measures this year aimed at improving the education system, in particular in relation to the Universal Free and Compulsory Education Program (PSUGO) and the regularization of unnamed teachers.
Visit of the Plant Propagation Center of Dosmond
During his tour in Ouanaminthe, Pierre Simon Georges the Minister of the Environment visited the Dosmond Plant Propagation Center a locality of the communal section Savane longue "With a production capacity of 1.2 million seedlings per year, this nursery of the Haitian State, is actively contributing to the reforestation of the department," said Johnny Emmanuel, Head of the Dosmond Center.
The Consul of Haiti in Guadeloupe to Saint-Martin
The Consul of Haiti of Guadeloupe, Lafontant Louis, left for Saint Martin to give his solidarity to the important Haitian community on the island, which represents 40% of all migrants on the island whose proportion (all nationality combined) represents more than 30% of the population of the island.