Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Tuesday, President Moïse opened consultations with Gary Bodeau, President of the Chamber of Deputies, and Joseph Lambert, President of the Senate, with a view to choosing a forthcoming Prime Minister to cope with the challenges of the current situation. "Exchanges with President Moïse and Joseph Lambert around the choice of a new Prime Minister. His mission and his profile were defined, but no name was mentioned during this meeting which lasted nearly one hour," informed the Deputy Bodeau.
Riots : The DG of the PNH soon before the Senate
The President of the Senate, informs that Michel Ange Gédéon, the Director General of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) will be invited, shortly, to the Senate to explain the "passivity and behavior of the police" during the riots from July 6th to 8th in the capital.
Fuel prices, serious budgetary consequences
Senator Joseph Lambert pointed out that the withdrawal of the Government's decision to adjust the price of fuel at the pump, deprives the State of 18 billion Gourdes of tax revenue and almost 400 million dollars in budget support. conditioned to this adjustment which will have serious consequences in the next budget and on the priorities of the Government because of the necessary cuts https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-24938-haiti-news-zapping.html
Medical team at Saut-d'Eau
A medical team from the Ministry of Public Health is present from 13 to 17 July 2018 in Saut-d'Eau to provide the necessary care for pilgrims during the patronal feast.
Rebuild the social fabric...
On Tuesday, President Jovenel Moïse met with members of the Catholic Church, as part of the discussions with the vital sectors of the Nation. This approach aims to better identify the main economic problems in order to facilitate the actions of the State likely to rebuild the social fabric of the country.
Lambert speaks about live together
"The current Haitian situation deserves reflections and actions of another quality. Minds and enlightened leaders must think of effective governance that must transform our decrepit social order and finally organize living together," Joseph Lambert, President of the Senate