Haiti - Politic : Rouzier announces changes in the Ministries - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7

iciHaiti - China : Donation of an ambulance to the Bas Artibonite Regional Committee

iciHaiti - USA : 18 Haitian Boat People land at Pompano Beach

iciHaiti - Heritage: Students from the Faculty of Medicine visiting the BNE museum

iciHaiti - Culture : The ENARTS gets a makeover

iciHaiti - Cap-Haitien : Erol Josué in show-restitution

more news

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Haiti - Cholera : Daily bulletin #194

Haiti - Education : National learning recovery program for students, more details

Haiti - FLASH : Hunger in the world, Haiti, the Sahel and Sudan on high alert

Haiti - Cap-Haitien : Logo contest, open submissions

more news

Haiti - Politic : Rouzier announces changes in the Ministries
27/05/2011 10:11:35

Haiti - Politic : Rouzier announces changes in the Ministries
Daniel Gerard Rouzier, Prime Minister-designate has announced several changes that will be made ​​by his government, at the level of ministries if he passes the course of parliamentary approval.

The Ministry of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) and the Directorate of Civil Protection (DPC) would be transferred and/or attached to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE), the same fate awaits the Ministry for Women and Women's Rights (MCFDF), which would be integrated with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour (MAST).

He announces among others the creation of a Ministry of Employment and a thorough reform of the Ministry of Interior and Territorial Collectivities (MICT)

Dr. Rouzier has indicated that this consolidation will be effective from the new fiscal year without specifying further details as to procedures and methods which will be employed. Also according to the Prime Minister-designate, the Administration Martelly developed a reform plan that prioritizes state concentration in a single body of the execution of the policy of other related entities.

This consolidation is part undoubtedly of the four axes of the government Martelly "what we call the four "E" (in french), namely the Education for All, Employment, the State law, the Environment..." had clarified the President Martelly during his speech in the town of Arcahaie this last May 18.

The nearly 4 million members of the Diaspora, are wondering why such a measure, and how now they will be represented ?

BF/ HaitiLibre

Twitter Facebook Rss
Send news to... Daily news...

Why HaitiLibre ? | Contact us | Français
Copyright © 2010 - 2023