Haiti - News : Zapping...
Thursday just days before the commemoration of the 216th anniversary of the battle of Vertières, (Monday, November 18) the radical opposition announced the resumption of anti-government mobilization. Me André Michel assures that Jovenel Moïse will not be able to tread the place of the heroes, at Vertières. A gesture more mediatic and symbolic than binding for the Head of State, who already last year had commemorated this anniversary and made his speech to the Nation without going to Vertières https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26154-haiti-vertieres-215th-message-to-the-nation-of-president-jovenel-moise.html
Truck against motorcycle taxi, 3 dead
Friday afternoon at Titans, a commune in the 4th communal section of Petite-Rivière de Nippes, a truck registered TM 119 34 violently struck a motorcycle taxi causing the death of the driver and his two passengers.
Towards a strike at the HUEH...
Lebien Joseph, President of the Union of Health Workers of the Hospital of the State University of Haiti (HUEH) warns the Minister of Health Marie Greta Roy Clément on the risks of a strike at the HUEH if nothing is done to improve the working conditions of employees as well as the supply of inputs.
Denial of Customs Administration
The General Administration of Customs (AGD) denies rumors circulating on social networks about the contents of a convoy of containers that has crossed the Malpasse customs towards the capital. The AGD claims that all these containers, which only transported raw materials necessary for the production of food condiments, have completed all the customs formalities and belong to clearly identified Haitian companies.
Costa Rica worried about the crisis in Haiti
Friday in a statement, the Foreign Ministry of Costa Rica formally expressed its concern about the violence in Haiti and added its voice to calls for dialogue between the parties as a way to ensure social peace and understanding between Haitians Costa Rica joins in the calls not to encourage the actions that aggravate the situation, but rather to seek the way of the dialogue which will make it possible to overcome the social, economic and political crisis in this country [...]" indicates the official text.
Delegation of New Orleans to Cap-Haïtien
Thursday, November 14, Yvrose Pierre the Mayor of Cap-Haïtien hosted at the Cap-Haïtien International Airport, a delegation from New Orleans (Louisiana, USA) led by Dr. Yvens Laborde for a courtesy visit of one week as part of the twinning between the two cities signed in May 2019 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-27811-haiti-culture-twinning-between-new-orleans-and-cap-haitien.html