Haiti - News : Zapping...
Tuesday on the sidelines of the reception of tributes to the Grenadiers at the National Palace, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-28198-haiti-gold-cup-president-moise-pays-tribute-to-the-grenadiers-at-the-national-palace.html President Jovenel Moïse affirmed to work on the establishment shortly of a new Government "We work, we dialogue so that in the near future we can endow the country of a Government to be able to unblock the situation of the country, paralyzed since the resignation of the former Government on March 18."
2019 Elections : Mission Impossible
The Fondasyon Je Klere (JKL), the Citizen Observatory for the Institutionalization of Democracy (OCID), and the Citizen Organization for a New Haiti (OCNH) affirm that it is physically impossible to carry out the elections in October 2019, as expected. According to these organizations, the socio-political situation, the problems of insecurity, the non-existent budget, the irregularities in the renewal of national identification cards and the absence of electoral law are major problems that could seriously prevent the holding of elections.
French Guiana : Passport Ready
The Consulate of Haiti in French Guiana informs the Haitian community that the April 2019 passports are available at the Consulate. Thank you for returning your receipts and old passports for the recoveries during office hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 13:00 and Saturday from 9:00 to 12:00.
Cantave's silence, "Useful, careful and important"
"The silence of Senate Speaker Carl Murat Cantave in recent days is helpful, careful and important. The catastrophic situation in which our country is today calls for restraint, understanding and surpassing oneself," said Pierre Adler Assistant and Head of Communication of the Senate Speaker, Dr. Carl Murat Cantave who emphasizes "We are far from finding solutions to this crisis [...] President Cantave, in his humble opinion believes that dialogue is the only way to show the way out of this crisis between us Haitians."
Me Paul Éronce Villard at the National Penitentiary
Tuesday, July 9, the Commissioner of the Government of the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince, Paul Éronce Villard, visited the prisoners of the national penitentiary "The situation of prisoners is totally inhuman," said the Chief Prosecutor. Disquieting hygiene situation, promiscuity due to overpopulation, lack of social reintegration program, not enough food etc... the list is long. Villard promises to continue the fight against prolonged pre-trial detention and calls for support from other institutions such as the Ministry of Public Health.
Probable dates of the next school year
Back to school this year will be held on September 2nd or 9th, according to Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet, Minister of National Education.