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On his return from New York, President Moïse declared at a press briefing at the airport that he did not intend to back down on the budget while saying "I will continue to take extremely difficult decisions that require a lot of courage [...] You gave me power not to do what I want nor to let you do what you want."
5 new substitutes Government Commissioner
During an extraordinary audience, Dean Bernard Saint-Vil of the Tribunal of First Instance (TPI) of Port-au-Prince received in a brief ceremony the oath of five new substitutes of the government commissioner : Aménaïde Pascale Raymond, Angine Tamara Jean-Louis, Manoucheka Laurent, Néhémie Jean-Baptiste and Sagine Rose Ida Denis.
Poet Jean d’Amérique receives the "Poetry Prize of Vocation"
Haitian poet and slammer Jean d’Amérique received the "Poetry Prize of Vocation" for his new book "Nul chemin dans la peau que saignante étreinte" to be published next December at Cheyne Publisher. This prize, awarded every year since 1984 by the Marcel-Bleustein-Blanchet Foundation for vocation, is intended to introduce a young poet under 30 years of age.
Evacuation of Families in Cap-Haïtien
Faced with the rising waters, several families of "Blues Hills", a vulnerable area of Cap-Haitien were evacuated to a shelter church.
"Ti Manman Cheri" in Côtes de Fer
Registration of mothers in the "Ti Manman Cheri" program was successfully completed in the commune of Côtes de Fer. More than 1,000 mothers who are among the most vulnerable, will benefit from social assistance throughout the country.
World Day of the Deaf
The Office of the Secretary of State for the Integration of People with Disabilities (BSEIPH) invites all development actors to take into account the needs of deaf and hard of hearing people in their policies and programs. Together let's work for the inclusion of everyone in the national life.