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On Wednesday, the leaders of the radical opposition, including André Michel, faced with the President's refusal to resign, openly and impunityously appealed to President Moïuse's "decoukaj". Me André Michel who calls for the overthrow of the Government, warns that the week of October 27 to November 2, 2019 will be particularly hard in Haiti.
Words of Moïse
Wednesday in an interview on RFI, President Jovenel Moïse answering a question from the Journalist Amélie Baron to know if he could agree to leave his post before the end of his term replied "I'm not attached to a mandate. I am hooked on reforms. I want to talk about constitutional reform, for example. I want to talk about the reform of the energy sector, the digitization of the public administration. Today, we are in an acute crisis, but we can take advantage of this crisis to make this crisis an opportunity. We need stability in the country and to find that stability, we have to attack the system."
The Protestant Federation offers 6 days of prayers
On the sidelines of the celebration of the 502nd anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, the Protestant Federation of Haiti, facing the crisis in the country, invites the faithful to implore God for Haiti from Thursday 24 to Saturday 26 October and Thursday 31 to Saturday, October 2.
Maxi blocking on RN #2
Wednesday, 4 containers, 8 trucks and 3 trunks and rocks were used to block the national road #2 at Gressier, including crossroads Garde-Gendarme, Merger, Grande-Saline (Lambi district) and Macome.
The unrest in Haiti does not worry the Dominican army
Defense Minister Rubén Paulino Sem and the Commander-in-Chief of the Dominican Republic, Estanislao Gonell Regalado, said that the civil unrest in Haiti posed no threat to the country, saying the situation was completely under control and that all the necessary military devices, including elite units, had been deployed to guarantee security in the border area and throughout the Dominican territory.
Fuel supply by UNICEF
The UNICEF diesel contribution to 23 health facilities will provide access to care for nearly 370,000 children under 5 and more than 120,000 pregnant women for a period of about one month. On Tuesday, at a meeting on the response to the crisis, Dr. Marie Greta Roy Clement, Minister of Public Health thanked UNICEF for the supply of fuel to hospitals located in the Nippes, South and Grande Anse , which were difficult to access in recent weeks.