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Friday, the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) signed an agreement with the Ministry of Justice and the National Identification Office in order to facilitate the transmission of data from the ONI to the CEP for the constitution of the register and the various electoral lists within the constitutional deadline.
Construction work on the 10 Mw hybrid power plant (diesel + solar PV) in Port-de-Paix is progressing. Very soon, electricity will be available 24 hours a day in the following municipalities: Pointe des Palmistes, Anse à Foleur, St. Louis du Nord, Bassin Bleu and Chansolme, says EDH
USA : Deportation of a detainee to Haiti
pETIT Frère Drexen, from the North-West, escaped from prison for 2 years, accused of several crimes was deported to Cap-Haitien by the authorities of Provo (Utha - USA). He was taken care of on his arrival by the Capoise police.
UN : Fight against corruption in Haiti
On Friday morning, Me Hans Ludwig Joseph, Director General of the Anti-Corruption Unit (ULCC) received Bruno Lemarquis, the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations. Me Joseph after explaining his action plan and recent achievements, insisted on the need for the United Nations to contribute more actively to the strengthening of the control bodies for a better efficiency of the fight against corruption in Haiti. This orientation of the intervention of the UN agencies would participate upstream in the consolidation of peace in the country. Projects in gestation falling within the three-year plan of the ULCC were also the subject of this fruitful discussion.
Canada : Great Haitian students
Haitian Ambassador to Canada Weibert Arthus met virtually with scholarship students from Haiti to learn about the progress of their studies and their personal projects and for the country. 3This is a great group that Haiti can count on to deal with its present and future challenges," said the Ambassador.
Environment : Opportunity for cooperation with FAO
José Luis Fernández, the Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO in Haiti) and Abner Septembre the Minister of the Environment discussed this week on the FAO Program and opportunities for cooperation between the two institutions. Minister September reiterated his commitment to work for the protection of biodiversity and non-renewable natural resources and governance linked to strengthening climate resilience in the environmental and agricultural sectors.