Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Following a decision taken on July 23 and according to a note of Secretariat General of the Primature disseminated among Ministers, Stéphanie Balmir Villedrouin ensures the functions of Acting Prime Minister, until the return of Laurent Lamothe on July 30.
Walkabout of the President
The President Martelly, took a walkabout on Saturday evening before the National Palace and enjoying a local dish accompanied by several ministers and close collaborators.
Réginald Paul does not appear before the Commission
Thursday, Réginald Paul, the Minister of Education does not appear, despite the invitation received, before the Commission responsible for analyzing the draft budget [2012-2013]. The Deputy Antoine Rodon Bien-aimé, resident of the Commission declared that with his colleagues they will take the necessary action "We will judge him in absentia. We will decide in for him."
Joazile wish a happy carnival of flowers
Jean-Rodolphe Joazile, the Minister of Defence, and Carel Alexander, the Director General join their voices to the government team to wish to all a Happy Haitian Carnival of Flowers 2012 "That the three days of carnival festivities are an exposure of our forces, our values, but above all our love and solidarity of people unified. Than the sum of our acts and our actions make of this great event a success that radiates with beauty, the image of the soil."
The Haitian Post launches a Logo Contest
The Post Office of Haiti launched July 25 a logo and slogan contest on the themes of his new vision : - Modern Post - Post Bank - Service of Quality - Speed - National Post. The deadline is August 8, 2012, For more information and complete the registration form visit the website : www.postehaiti.gouv.ht/concours-logo
Ane sa a Kanaval Flè a, se la pou la (dixit Yanick Mézil
Friday, Mrs. Yanick Mézil, Minister for Women and Women's Rights wished "good Carnival of Flowers" at all but especially to women and girls. She invites them to protect themselves while having fun. We reaffirm our willingness and the government Martelly / Lamothe to achieve a society free of violence and inequality. A fairer society. "Ane sa a Kanaval Flè a, se la pou la."