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Haiti - News : Zapping...
Jean Rebel Dorcena, one of the members of the National Commission for Disarmament, Dismantling and Reintegration (CNDDR) and spokesperson for the Commission, said nearly 50,000 ammunition of different calibers were seized at the residence of Arby Frantz Larco suspected of being an important arms trafficker of a transnational network, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29607-haiti-flash-dismantling-of-a-large-network-of-weapons-and-ammunition.html . He says more discoveries are to come.
Brazil : news for visas
The Federal Government of Brazil published this week in the federal official journal, an inter-ministerial decree concerning the visa application procedure for Haitian citizens. This decree simplifies the bureaucratic process and facilitates the granting of temporary visas and residence permits to Haitians who wish to reside legally in Brazil. "The idea is to facilitate the process for Haitians who find it difficult to obtain documents," said André Furquim, Director of the Migration Department.
11 families control arms sales
According to Senator Sénatus there would be 11 families, who would control the sale of arms and ammunition in Haiti, without however mentioning anyone...
Cap-Haitien: Failure of disarmament
The ceremony of handing over of arms and "reconciliation" of 8 sensitive districts of the city of Cap-Haitien : San Rezon, Conasa, La Fosette, Shada 1, Shada 2, Ste Philomne Cité Lescot, Fougerole and "Nan Bannann" which had expressed their intention to lay down their arms, announced the National Commission for Disarmament, Dismantling and Reintegration (CNDDR) https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29593-haiti-news-zapping.html and scheduled for Sunday 22 was postponed "Sine die" due to violence that broke out, in Conasa causing 1 death. Note that 5 of the 8 neighborhoods have already signed the "Pact for Peace".
Joseph Lambert in favor of a political agreement
Thursday at the National Palace Jovenel Moïse met Senator Joseph Lambert, who said he was in favor of the conclusion of a political agreement to restore calm to the country.
The INIFOS Party refuses a 2nd time to dialogue
Paul Denis, the head of the INIFOS party (former INITE Party), refused for the 2nd time https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29577-haiti-news-zapping.html the invitation of President Jovenel Moïse, planned Thursday at the National Palace for this Thursday, December 26, 2019. However, in a letter addressed to the President's office, he said that he was in favor of a sincere dialogue around the crisis but not at the Palace and subject to prior conditions...