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Monday at the International Forum of Elected Women of Haiti held at the Karibe Hotel, President Jovenel Moise was heckled and whistled by women mayors, Communal Section Administration Advisers (CASEC), and of Communal Section Administration (ASEC) and city delegates from several regions of the country. The latter reproached the Head of State for making promises wherever he goes, without holding them.
Quaker in Belladère and Lascahobas
Monday morning the earth trembled in the department of the Center. The shock was felt in Belladère and Lascahobas, according to the communal structures of the Civil Protection. The earthquake spread panic among the population in Belladère. Students from several schools went to the streets and others, in shock, were transported to the hospital
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Evans Paul reconsiders his decision
Former Prime Minister Evans Paul, less than 3 days after his resignation from the Steering Committee of the Sectoral General States https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-24300-haiti-news-zapping.html (for reasons of internal conflict) reconsiders his decision and returns to work wishing a better behavior of the members of the Committee.
HUEH paralyzed by a strike
Monday a strike contracted paralyzed the hospital of the State University of Haiti (HUEH), the strikers who deplore the refusal of the health authorities to meet their demands, namely salary adjustments and the regularization of their checks, claim their appointment in the health system.
41 judges appointed
The Ministry of Justice has appointed 41 judges from a list of 103 judges sent by the Superior Council of the Judiciary (CSPJ), which concerns the renewal of their mandate or their promotion. The CSPJ hailed the decision of the Ministry of Justice while waiting for the rest of the list...
Haiti will participate in the G7
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canada's Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, via her Twitter account, confirmed Haiti's participation in the G7 "Antonio Rodrigue, min. Foreign Affairs of Haiti, will represent CARICOM at G7. The voice of the Caribbean needs to be heard."