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Haiti - NOTICE : Measures for Pre-carnival activities 2018 in Port-au-Prince
14/01/2018 07:48:18

Haiti - NOTICE : Measures for Pre-carnival activities 2018 in Port-au-Prince
In order to ensure the smooth running of pre-Carnival Sundays, the Port-au-Prince Communal Administration informs the public and the Carnavaliers that several restrictive measures will be taken on Sundays 14-21-28 January and Sunday 4 February 2018.

1 - The access roads on Lalue, from Martin Luther King Avenue to Oswald Durand Street, will be closed to vehicular and motorcycle traffic from 2:00 pm. The arteries involved are: Ruelle Robin - Calstroem alley - Bern alley - Rue Alexis - Jérémie street - Jérémie alley - 2nd Jérémie alley - Chrétien alley - Lavaud alley - Dufort street - Christophe avenue - Poste Marchand - Capois street - Lamarre street

The movement of "wheelbarrows" will also be prohibited inside the course.

2 - Prohibition of driving with firearms or white (knives, machetes, spades or any other cutting object).

3 - Prohibition of selling drinks in glass bottles. Only drinks in plastic bottles and cans are allowed.

It should be noted that any offender caught in the act will be apprehended and brought to justice for the legal consequences. The Communal Administration of Port-au-Prince invites the general population and the carnavaliers in particular to scrupulously respect the measures mentioned for the full success of the event.

Moreover, Léon Ronsard Saint-Cyr, the Secretary of State for Public Security, informs the public in general and Carnavaliers in particular that pre-carnival activities and festivities, on the whole national territory, scheduled on Sundays preceding the fats days should not continue after 11:00 pm. The police were instructed to take all necessary steps to implement this measure.

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