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31/08/2018 12:22:10

Haiti - News : Zapping...
Between 50 and 75 million dollars for the next elections
Léopold Berlanger, the President of the Provisional Electoral Council announces that the budget and electoral law are finalized and the calendar for the next parliamentary elections (1/3 of Senates + deputies) and municipal elections of October 2019 in preparation. Depending on the option chosen, the next election could cost between $50 and $75 million. The most expensive option includes modernizing the voting process for the publication of results the same evening or in the next 24 to 48 hours...

PM : Report of the Senate Committee late
On Wednesday, the special commission charged to analyzing the file of the appointed Prime minister, did not submit its report to the Senate office, scheduled today, 2 of the subcommittees not having been able to finish their audit work, inform the Senator Dieudonne Luma Etienne members of the Commission.

Call for applications (Court of Cassation)
The Senate of the Republic launches a call for applications to fill the 2 vacant seats at the Court of Cassation. Interested persons may submit their records to the Senate between September 3 and 8, 2018.

Distribution of school kits and shoes
Thursday at Lycée Pétion-ville, the First Lady Martine Moïse in the presence of Dominique St Roc, the Mayor of the Pétion-Ville and local authorities participated in the distribution of nearly 3,000 school kits (notebooks, feathers, suitcases, pencils etc...) and pairs of shoes to the students of the Lycée de Pétion-ville.

The Square Carl Brouard completely renovated
On Wednesday, the US Agency for International Development (USAID - Haiti) on behalf of the US government, supported the delivery of zonation buoys from "The Nature Conservancy" to the National Agency of Protected Areas (ANAP) of the Ministry of the Environment of Haiti.

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