Haiti - News : Zapping...
Wednesday, July 11th:
Croatia - England [1-0]
Croatia: I. Perisic 68 ', Mr Mandzukic 109' (qualified in overtime for the final against France) which will take place Sunday, July 15
England: 05 'K. Trippier (who will face Saint Petersburg on Saturday 14 July for 3rd place, Belgium at 4:00 pm (Moscow time)
See also :
Date of the World Cup Final Russia 2018 France - Croatia Sunday, July 15 at 5:00 pm (Moscow time)
Moïse would seek a new PM...
At the National Palace, persistent rumors whispers that the Head of State would have started on Tuesday in the utmost discretion consultations concerning the choice of a new Prime Minister and the formation of a ministerial cabinet.
The Government will withdraw its budget 2018/2019
Wednesday Guichard Doré, Special Adviser to President Moïse announced that after the riots against rising gas prices and the suspension of this measure, the Government will withdraw the draft budget law 2018-2019 tabled in Parliament to take into account the shortfall of $ 19 billion in revenue from petroleum products in the $ 175 billion and rebalance the budget, revising targets and budget cuts http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-24810-haiti-economy-next-budget-175-billion-gourdes-up-21.html
The PM met with the Senate Speaker
Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant had a face-to-face meeting with Senate Speaker Joseph Lambert and gave no details about the holding of the exchanges ... although he had summoned the media for a press briefing "During the meeting with Senator Lambert we took the opportunity to go around the common denominator that we have, which is called Haiti, of course we also took the opportunity to talk about the political situation" said the Prime Minister. Senator Lambert said "Politics has its requirements. I met Prime Minister Lafontant who will have to act in the direction of the national interest."
Jovenel Moïse considered as irresponsible
Civil Society Organizations, Haitian Center for Analysis and Research in Human Rights (CARDH), the National Network for the Defense of Human Rights (RNDDH), the Episcopal Commission for Justice and Peace (CE-JILAP), the Ecumenical Center for Human Rights (CEDH), the Center for Economic and Social Research and Training for Development (CRESFED), the Platform of Haitian Organizations of Human Rights (POHDH) and the "Sant Karl Lévêque" (SKL) condemn with the utmost severity the attacks, fires, acts of plunder and aggression perpetrated in the country on 6, 7 and 8 July 2018. "They consider the behavior of President Jovenel Moïse, the Government and the other authorities of the country as irresponsible and require that they bear the consequences."
Embassy of the United States United and Canada
Beginning this Thursday, July 12, the US Embassy in Haiti will be open for routine and emergency services related to US citizens. If you missed an appointment this week, please contact us through our website to make another appointment and send us an email. Embassy remains closed for non-immigrant and immigrant visa services until further notice. To make a new appointment, call 509-2812-2929 (Haiti) or 1-703-544-7842 (United States).
Please note that the Embassy of Canada in Haiti will be reopened as of Thursday, July 12th.