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Monday evening at Lamentin 52 (Carrefour), a man in his fifties, suspected of being contaminated by Covid-19, died burned alive inside his house burned down by residents of the area...
137 people shot dead in 3 months
161 people were killed including 137 by gunshots in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince during the first quarter of the year, according to a report of the National Episcopal Commission Justice and Peace.
The "Core Group" supports the presidential alternation in 2022
Tuesday, the Chancellor, Claude Joseph had an important working meeting with the main partners of Haiti gathered in the "Core group" (the head of the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH), the Ambassador of the United States United, the Ambassador of Canada, France, Germany, the European Union and the Special Representative of the OAS). They expressed strong support for the democratic and constitutional order in Haiti. The diplomats promised to support the electoral process which should lead to the renewal of the political staff and the presidential alternation in 2022.
Covid-19 : Batches of materials for 17 border communes
The town halls of the 17 border communes have benefited through the Ministry of the Interior and local authorities, via the project "Support to Local Governance and Territorial Development" and the technical and financial support of Canada and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP-Haiti), a batch of materials and equipment to strengthen their actions against Covid-19. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19877-haiti-politics-signature-with-undp-of-the-local-governance-project.html
FAES opens 2 new community restaurants
The Economic and Social Assistance Fund honored its promises by opening last weekend two community restaurants in Anse-à-Masson and Pointe Sable, two localities of the Cayemite Islands located in the department of Grand-Anse in order to allow the inhabitants of benefit from hot dishes daily for a modest sum of 10 Gourdes.
Words of sympathy
Audain Fils Bernadel Minister of the Interior and Local Authorities bows to the remains of Commissioners Carmel Florent from the Directorate of Traffic and Road Police (DCPR) and Joël Gentillon from the Corps of Intervention and Maintenance of Order (CIMO) very committed alongside the Ministry, in the fight against Covid-19. Sympathies to their families, their brothers in arms of CIMO and of the PNH in general, struck by these losses See also : https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-30934-icihaiti-death-words-of-sympathy-from-the-commander-of-the-pnh.html