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Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Wednesday March 3, Jackson Pléteau, Chief of Staff to Minister Cadet, while he was driving his car in his neighborhood of residence, was the target of individuals who appeared to be "police officers" in a vehicle, which blocked the road and opened fire without any explanation. Pléteau's car was shot several times, however Pléteau managed to escape from his vehicle to take refuge with a neighbor and is unharmed.
Shooting at Champ-de-Mars at least 3 victims
On Wednesday in Champ-de-Mars, individuals traveling on motorcycles opened fire on passers-by before fleeing. At least two people were reportedly killed and a pregnant woman injured in the stomach.
The Government is making available to the population from Friday, March 5, the number 122, an emergency telephone line available 24/24 to alert the national police to cases of kidnapping throughout the country.
Mathias Pierre invites the opposition to...
Mathias Pierre, the Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister, in charge of electoral issues and relations with political parties declared on February 2 on FRANCE 24 that the Government was putting everything in place for the holding of the referendum and the elections this year. Mathias Pierre invited the opposition to leave the logic of transition to go to the elections
"The involvement of the diaspora is an obligation"
"The full involvement of the diaspora in Haitian affairs is an obligation. On behalf of the Haitian Consulate in Orlando, I had the pleasure of meeting several community leaders to discuss the proposed new constitution. Dyaspora in Ladan," said Herwil Gaspard, Consul and Head of Post at the Haitian Consulate in Orlando.
FNE : Donation of 200,000 notebooks
The National Education Fund (FNE) this week donated 200,000 notebooks to the departmental directorates of the Ministry which will redistribute them to students attending national schools in the 10 departments of the country.
The Federation of Haitian Bars relieved
The Federation of the Bars of Haiti wishes to express its relief following the release of the lawyer of the Bar of Port-au-Prince, Me Nasha Saint Fleur, and of the lawyer of the Bar of Petit-Goâve, Me Abbias Edumé, both kidnapped last week.