Haiti - News : Zapping...
Engineer Alix Clément, the husband of the Minister of Public Health kidnapped on March 3 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33153-haiti-news-zapping.html was released by his captors on the evening of Friday 5 March. According to several sources a ransom would have been paid, information not officially confirmed.
Ste Philomène : Progress of the power plant
On Saturday March 6, Nader Joiséus the Minister of Public Works along with the presidential couple visited the city of Cap Haitien, in Ste Philomène, to see the progress of the new power plant. "Here is the state of disrepair of the Cap-Haitien power station installed since 1979 with a capacity of 3 Mw. Today, we have come to tell the population that the electric current will be restored, after 14 years of interruption with, this time, a capacity of 10.2 Mw" declared President Moïse.
Words from Jovenel Moïse
"Yesterday and today, dialogue has always been relegated to second place. Let us make that tomorrow, in the interest of the country, find a consensual way to resolve our differences," declared Jovenel Moïse adding "Haitian society is pushed to its limits. Structural challenges are piling up. Let us find together this concerted national solution which will lead the country towards a peaceful and prosperous tomorrow."
Escape : IGPNH takes precautionary measures
Provisional measures have been taken and the General Insepction of the Haitian National Police (IGPNH) is carrying out an administrative investigation to establish the degree of any possible complicity of officials responsible for guarding the Civil Prison of La Croix-des-Bouquets as part of the escape last Friday.
Computerized Management of Legal Cases
"In addition to the 13 other jurisdictions, We are currently providing the jurisdictions of Cayes and Port-de-Paix with the Computerized Management System of Judicial Cases (GICAJ). More than 42,000 cases have already been registered" informs the Minister of Justice Rockefeller Vincent.
39th anniversary of SEMANAH
This Friday March 5, 39th anniversary of the Maritime and Navigation Service of Haiti (SEMANAH), the Prime Minister declared "[...] To mark the day of the founding of SEMANAH, I take pleasure in wishing, in my personal name and in that of all my Government, a happy 39th to this institution [...] which has remarkably contributed to limiting the spread of Covid-19 by the strict surveillance of boats and cabotage personnel throughout the territory, together with professionals from the Ministry of Public Health."