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Sunday morning at Toussaint Louverture International Airport, before taking the plane to launch the Jacmel Carnival, President Moïse during a press briefing announced that thanks to the intelligence services, an attempted coup which aimed to overthrow and physically eliminate him Saturday had been foiled by agents from the General Security Unit of the National Palace, indicating that around 20 people were arrested in the plot.
6 members of Congress against Moïse
Saturday February 6, the day after Washington's support for the President of Haiti 6 members of Congress sent a letter to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinkendans in which he asks to no longer support Jovenel Moïse "[...] As members of Congress, we believe deeply in democracy and the rule of law and we feel that it is essential that the United States unequivocally rejects any attempt by President Moïse to remain in power in violation of these principles. The time for a Haitian-led democratic transition is now [...]"
Address to the Nation
On his Twitter account the Head of State writes "To mark the 4th anniversary of my five-year term, which ends on February 7, 2022, I will address the Nation, this Sunday from 3:00 pm on Facebook and on several others online platforms, to present to the Haitian people the results of Year IV of my Administration."
4G contracts signed in Haiti
Jovenel Moïse, announced that the Government had signed the contracts authorizing the use of 4G technology between the National Telecommunication Council (CONATEL) and the companies Digicel and Natcom which shares the market for a total amount of 407 million dollars.
London : Ambassador of Haiti meets the diaspora
Haitian Ambassador Saint Amand in London had fruitful discussions by videoconference with the Haitian community in the United Kingdom on topics such as immigration, the new Constitution and elections among others...
New Government Commissioner
The Minister of Justice, Rockefeller Vincent informs that Me Bed-Ford Claude is appointed Government Commissioner near the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince (the 7th under the Moïse Government), he was substitute Government Commissioner within of this same tribunal for 2 years.