Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Tuesday a certain resumption of activities was noted, a clear increase in private and public circulation was visible and the population went about almost normally to its occupations. In Pétion-ville and Delmas the activities and the public transport functioned normally. Schools are still closed...
Kidnapping of a NATCOM employee
Saturday at Carrefour Boyer (Cayes) a vehicle that delivered fuel to a NATCOM antenna was intercepted by unidentified gunmen who sequestrated thge driver Yves Bertrand Louis, demanding 250,000 Gourde as ransom to release him. After several hours of negotiation, the kidnappers accepted a ransom of 150,000 gourdes and released their hostage somewhat brutalized ...
A taxi-motorcycle passenger fires at UDMO agents
On Tuesday, a taxi-motorcycle passenger identified as Wendy Blaise (19) shot at a Departmental Maintenance Unit patrol to escape a check. The UDMO agents immediately responded, fatally reaching the shooter,
The name of the "replacement" of President Moïse will soon be known
André Michel, spokesman of the radical opposition movement called "Democratic and Popular" says that before 18 November the name of the Judge of the Court of Cassation chosen from 3 candidates https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29181-haiti-news-zapping.html to replace the Head of State will be made public.
40 mayors in opposition
Some forty mayors from several communes of the country, including Youri Chevry from Port-au-Prince, Rosemila Petit-Frère from Arcahaie, Neil Latortue from Gonaïves and Jean Samson Limongy from Petit-Goâve, who are in opposition, demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse. These elected representatives invite the stakeholders to agree on a single transitional document.
Sogener case "a diversion strategy"
Me Jean Danton Léger, lawyer of the energy company Sogener S.A reacts to the summation in payment of a debt of 123 million dollars https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29189-haiti-news-zapping.html due to Haiti's State Electricity (EDH) said "The contract binding Sogner and the Haitian state is a synallagmatic contract [Note HL: in which the parties bind one to the other). Any modification of the contract requires the will of both parties," citing a strategy of diversion of President Jovenel Moïse in the context of mobilization.