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After its temporary closure last February following riots and blocking of the country preventing the displacement of its employees and made supply difficulties due to the scarcity of products https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-26982-icihaiti-tourism-moulin-sur-mer-temporarily-stops-its-activities.html , the seaside resort Moulin Sur Mer, located in Montrouis, announces its reopening this Friday, March 15, 2019.
The PNH in formation in Texas
Deputy Chief of Mission, Robin Diallo, welcomes officers of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) who travel to Austin, Texas for training at the Public Security Department of Texas. This training, funded by the International Bureau of Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL), will strengthen the capacity of the PNH to respond to major events.
$79 million from Canada
Thursday, was hels the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding between Jean Claudy Pierre the Minister of Planning and External Cooperation and the Accredited Ambassador of Canada to Haiti, André Frenette, on 6 development projects for a total amount of 79 million Canadian dollars. To be continued...
Senator Cantave meets OCID
President Carl Murat Cantave met this week with members of the Citizen Observatory for the Institutionalization of Democracy (OCID). In particular, the country's socio-political and economic crisis, the functioning of Parliament and the upcoming elections were discussed.
Inter-Haitian dialogue evoked in Geneva
On Wednesday morning, Chancellor Bocchit Edmond spoke at the Human Rights Council in Geneva to present the position of the Haitian Government following the publication of the report of this UN body. On Thursday, Edmond met with Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and former President of Chile, to discuss the latest Human Rights Report around the world, including Haiti. The question of the national inter-Haitian dialogue was also discussed.
President Moïse controls virtually nothing
"President Jovenel Moïse controls virtually nothing at present," said former justice minister Paul Denis, who says the country has never been in such a difficult situation in the last 30 years.