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In concert with the judicial authorities, agents of the Narcotics Trafficking Brigade (BLTS) proceeded on the night from Friday to Saturday November 14, 2020 to the seizure of more than 210 kilograms of marijuana at the home of the so-called Eliphète in the locality of Derak in Fort-Liberté (North-East). 272,500 Gourdes and two firearms were also seized. Government Commissioner Kerby Pierra announces that a warrant will be issued against Eliphète.
Eliminate all the bandits, mission of the new DG of the PNH
Monday evening, Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe chaired at the official Residence of the Prime Minister an extraordinary Superior Council of the National Police (CSPN) with the new Director General of the PNH Léon Charles https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32308-haiti-flash-a-new-dg-at-the-head-of-the-pnh.html "All the bandits and their accomplices must be eliminated. There must be Peace in the land. This is one of the missions that the new Chief of Police must accomplish quickly," declared Joseph Jouthe.
Archbishop Max Leroy Mésidor's cry
The cry of the Metropolitan Archbishop of Port-au-Prince, Mgr Max Leroy Mésidor in the face of the situation of insecurity that is taking hold in the country. "State authorities, police authorities, shake up, come forward. We can't take it anymore. History will judge you, God will call you to account," Archbishop Mésidor insisted.
Margareth Fortuné, Director General of the Haitian State Lottery LEH) went to the North department to set the record straight for certain tenants who fall into disarray by operating illegally, without the authorization issued by the LEH.
78 operational ambulances, 48 under repair
Dr. Didier Hérold Louis, Director General of the National Ambulance Center (CAN) indicated that the Center currently has a fleet of 78 well-equipped operational ambulances and 48 others are under repair and will be put back into service thanks to the support of the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Me André Michel calls to demonstrate
Me André Michel Spokesman for the radical opposition of the so-called "Democratic and Popular" sector on his Twitter account calls on the population to take to the streets on November 18 to demonstrate, among other things, against insecurity and injustice...