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On Saturday, the main opposition political groups including "Mache Kontre", Democratic Bloc, the Alternative Consensual to Rebuild Haiti, Papaye Patriotic Forum and the Passerelle, agreed on the replacement of President Moïse after his departure, by a judge of the Court of Cassation during the transition period. The Fanmi Lavalas Political Party has expressed reservations and refused to sign the agreement.
A RNH employee murdered
"All our respectful sympathies to the family Bernard Bellefleur, employee of the National Radio of Haiti (RNH), murdered in the night of November 9, 2019 while trying to return home. This sudden and sudden disappearance leaves a big void in the RNH team," said the National Radio of Haiti.
"The minimum wage is a slave wage" dixit Labossière
Reacting to the publication of the decree fixing the minimum wage in the country, 500 Gourdes instead of 420 Gourdes (+ 19%) announced for a day of 8 hours of work in the assembly industry hhttps://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29208-haiti-economy-the-workers-consider-insufficient-the-increase-of-19-of-the-minimum-wage.html the economist Eddy Labossière reacted strongly "It is clear that the minimum wage proposed by the Government is a slave wage and is perceived as another gift made by the Government to the oligarchy."
Words of Gary Bodeau
The Deputy Gary Bodeau, President of the Lower House, believes that with the agreement of the opposition plural Saturday, to replace in the event of the departure of the President this one by a judge of the Court of Cassation, the opposition is put in condition to negotiate "For me, it is a good thing that the opposition finally agrees to form a group, a transition table with demands. When you go into a negotiation, you can ask heaven and earth. I think the opposition has put itself in a position to negotiate."
"If the President of the Republic proposed to put the Constitution on hold, as the representatives of the system did in a luxury hotel room, everyone would shout, with reason, the scandal and denounce a dictatorship project. The democratic system has the particularity of allowing people, in opposition, to freely dream of destroying it. They must always be allowed to dream freely, without being able to realize their dream of destroying democracy. That's the democratic paradox," Renald Luberice, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers.
A cameraman slapped by the opposition
"We condemn the physical aggression of our cameraman Ellecy Dieulassaint [slapped by an opposition activist at the Hôtel Marriot]. These retrograde practices will not advance the struggle of the people. We call for moderation, serenity and respect for the freedom of the press," Radio Métropole said.