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Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Sunday, Marie Christine Stephenson, the new Minister of Tourism has left Port-au-Prince to France where Haiti will be present at the 40th IFTM Top Resa show at the Porte de Versaille (Paris, France) from September 25 to 28, 2018, with the goal of presenting with her team, another face of Haiti abroad, but also and especially to meet the major players of tourism in the world, regain their trust and put Haiti in the global tourist map as a destination safe, with a quality tourism. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-25607-haiti-news-zapping.html
PetroCaribe : international inquiry demanded
On Sunday, hundreds of protesters again occupied the streets of the capital to denounce corruption and call for an international investigation to shed light on the management of PetroCaribe funds, having no confidence in the impartiality of the Haitian judicial system further considering that it does not have the competence to deal with a case with international implications.
Naomi Osaka bows in the final of the Tokyo Open
Saturday evening, in the final of the Pan Pacific Open tennis tournament in Tokyo, the Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka, 7th in the world, 10 wins in a row was defeated in 63 minutes and two sets (6-4, 6- 4) by the fourth seed, the Czech Karolina Pliskova.
PM : contradictory statement to the CSC/CA
Friday, Jean-Henry Céant met with the advisers of the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation (CSC/CA). After this courtesy visit, he confirmed to the journalists that he had also come to inquire about the progress of the investigation into the use of the PetroCaribe fund. On the other hand, the President of the CSC/CA contradicted the statements of the Prime Minister, saying that the PetroCaribe issue had not been addressed "No, no. This file was not discussed [...] It was just a courtesy visit by the Prime Minister [...]"
Strengthening of commercial ties with France
The Ambassador of France in Haiti, José Gomez met Grégory Brandt, the President of the Franco-Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CFHCI) and members of the Board of Directors. In particular, it was mentioned the strengthening of economic and commercial ties between France and Haiti.
Towards cooperation between the Court of Auditors
Rémi Frentz Director of International Relations at the French Court of Auditors, met Wilson Laleau Chief of Staff of President Moïse and Laurent Bonneau Cooperation Adviser at the French Embassy in Haiti. He also met the President of the Superior Court of Accounts Arol Elie, Vice President Fritz Robert St-Paul and Councilor Saint Just Momprevil to discuss cooperation between the two institutions.