Haiti - News : Zapping...
Friday, a delegation of the Ministry of National Education and teachers were stuck for several hours on the court of Lycée Faustin Soulouque of Petit-Goâve... High school students, victims of the strike had closed the main barrier. The situation returned to normal around 4:00 pm, when some high school students decided to open another barrier, allowing people, hostages of this situation, to finally get out. IH/ iciHaiti / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve).
Payment of nearly 50 million monthly to political parties
The Monitoring Committee for the Financing and Institutionalization of Political Parties presented its working report to the public on Thursday. Submitted to the Executive, this document will facilitate the application of the law on political parties. The most representative political parties will collect more than 6.6 million gourdes per month from the Haitian state and nearly 100 thousand gourdes for the least representative. Each month the state will pay more than 47.65 million Gdes to 58 political parties in Haiti including the PHTK (6.62 million): Vérité (4.49 million); KID (3.49 million); OPL (3.34 million); Lavalas (2.00 million); Pitit Dessalines (1.42 million) and LAPEH (1.40 million)...
Jacmel : evacuation operation
Following an operation of the town hall of Jacmel, of sanitation and eviction of the occupants of the sidewalks of the Main Street of the Market of Beaudouin, this street is again free of street vendors and motorcycles and the traffic has become fluid and clean again. Remember that the market extension works, street vendors had created a chaotic situation all along the main street, making traffic difficult.
Mirlande Manigat passes the torch
Mirlande Manigat during the 17 years of celebration of "Women in Democracy", passed the torch to Edmonde Supplice President of the Fusion of the Haitian Social Democrats (FUSION), as an honorary member of the organization "I will try to continue to provide my technical support as in the past," said the President of FUSION.
Haiti will chair the CARICOM
On Thursday, CARICOM Secretary General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, met with President Jovenel Moïse who will assume the Presidency of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on January 1, 2018. President Moïse will succeed Dean Barrow, Prime Minister of Belize who has been in this position since January 2016.
World AIDS Day
Friday at the Montana Hotel, under the patronage of the First Lady, Martine Moïse, the Ministry of Public Health organized a morning of celebration as part of the World AIDS Day around the theme "La vi m, se sante m, se dwam !" in the presence of important personalities of the healthcare system in Haiti and international partners. "The challenge is to promote, in collaboration with the Ministry, effective programs that encourage young people to cope with HIV-AIDS in any way possible by combining Awareness, Training, Prevention," said Régine Lamur, Minister of Youth.