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Haiti - Politic : 5 new communes in Haiti
7th communal section of Mafranc (in the commune of Jérémie) :
The new commune of Malfranc is bounded to the north by the 5th communal section Fond-Rouge Dahère (commune of Jérémie) ; to the south by the 3rd communal section Haute-Guinaudée (commune of Jérémie) and 2nd communal section Sources-Chaudes (commune of Moron) ;to the west by the 1st communal section Désormeaux (commune of Bonbon) and the 1st communal section Anote (commune of Moron), and to the East by the second communal section Haute-Voldrogue and the 4th communal section Basse-Guinaudée (commune of Jérémie).
1st communal section of Liancourt (in the commune of Verettes) :
The new commune of Liancourt is bounded to the north by the river Artibonite; to the south by Tapion River; in the East by the Coupon bridge following the irrigation channel to arrive at carrefour Alexandre towards the South-east and to the west by Pont-Sondé.
2nd communal section of Lapointe (in the commune of Port-de-Paix) :
The new commune Lapointe is bounded to the north by the sea; to the south by the locality Amba-Banbou through Nan-Jacques, Nan-Myon, Dofio, Moreau and Haut-Piton ; in the East by the mouth trou Manna through Kafou Mancira, Baguette, Pellitier, Brunel, Rinja, Kagou, Nan Gon and Chavary and to the west by the mouth of the river Loterie through Nan-Mas, Haut-Véjou, Lallemand, Ravine-Sèche, Nan-Michel, Grizotte, Nan-Ruine and Marché-La-Croix.
Quartier Baptiste of the 1st communal section Renthe-Mathé (in the commune of Belladère) :
The new commune of Baptiste is bounded to the north by the 1st communal section Renthe Mathé (commune of Belladère); to the south by the commune of Savanette; to the west by the municipalities of Belladère and Lascahobas and east by the Haitian-Dominican border.
Les Arcadins (in the borough of Saint-Marc) :
The new commune is bordered to the North of Pierre Payen to Ca Day ; to the west of Ca Day to Morne-Lourou through Langlois and Turin.
The decree stipulates that the new territorial boundaries will not be reflected in the elections of 2015. With these five new communes, Haiti now has 145 communes and 571 communal sections.