Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Saturday on the sidelines of a visit to an electrical network site financed by Taiwan (Republic of China https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32131-haiti-news-zapping.html , President Moïse clarified his remarks in his address to the Nation the day before concerning a new Constitution before the elections, affirming that he meant that the elections will take place after the referendum on a new Constitution. But whatever the decision of the population which will be respected, there will be elections as foreseen under the old or the new Constitution.
A police officer kidnapped
According to our sources, on the evening of October 24, a policeman (Agent I) was kidnapped at Delmas 31 by unidentified individuals, as he was leaving a restaurant.
Revocation of the visa of Haitian rapper Darinus
Haitian rapper Daniel Darinus aka "Fantom" is temporarily banned from entering the United States. The United States immigration authorities revoked his visa on his way to New York via Fort Lauderdale. This decision would be linked to the failure to respect the number of stays granted for this type of visa, according to several sources...
Wolf Hall released
Wolf Hall the owner of "TITI LOTTO borlette", kidnapped on the evening of October 20 in the commune of Carrefour https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32115-haiti-news-zapping.html was released unharmed by his captors on Sunday evening, after 5 days of kidnapping. It is not known whether a ransom was paid to the kidnappers who demanded a large sum of money for his release...
Port-de-Paix, toward 24/24 electricity
The progress of the construction of the new power station of Port-de-Paix https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32123-haiti-news-zapping.html will have a thermal capacity of 10.25 Mw and will be coupled with a solar power plant which will bring its total capacity to more than 20 Mw and will provide 24-hour electrification. Currently work is at 20% but the plant should be ready next December according to EDH.
DR : Relations would be less easy with Biden
International relations expert Iván Ernesto Gatón has warned the Dominican Republic that it risks having more pressure on the Haitian question with a Democratic government led by Joe Biden than with the Republican government led by Donald Trump.