Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Friday morning in downtown Port-au-Prince, unidentified armed individuals kidnapped businessman Kénol Félix, owner of the funeral home, Sainte Rose de Lima. A kidnapping which provoked a protest movement from residents (blocking of traffic, barricades and inflamed tires) of the street Saint Honoré, where the funeral home is located, who demand the release of the businessman and concrete measures to fight against the insecurity of the authorities concerned. The kidnappers demand a heavy ransom for his release.
Voluntary return to the cell of the police officers released by "Phantom 509"
The Haitian National Police (PNH) salutes the behavior of the police officers who have chosen to return to custody at the Canapé Vert police station, after a group of "Phantom 509" individuals forcibly freed them https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33268-haiti-insecurity-fantome-509-releases-by-force-4-police-officers-imprisoned-at-the-delmas-33-police-station.html It takes note of this decision which honors their authors, as law-abiding citizens who prefer to be released by court order than by breaking and entering.
The Mayor of Santiago wants the expulsion of Haitians
Abel Martínez the Mayor of Santiago, asked the Dominican Government to expel all illegal Haitian nationals from the Dominican Republic "It would be important that our authorities, who announced the construction of a double fence at the border https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33130-haiti-flash-president-abinader-announces-the-construction-of-a-double-fence-at-the-border.html , be more than clear, the first task is to expel the thousands of illegal Haitians on our territory and thus to comply with the law on migration."
Covid-19 : Vaccination in Haiti
Vaccination against the coronavirus will not be mandatory in Haiti, according to a presidential decree released this week that notes the approval of the Council of Ministers to authorize the Ministry of Public Health to request and receive anti-Covid vaccines. According to this decree, those interested in being vaccinated will have to sign a waiver form against any prosecution against the manufacturers and the Haitian state in the event of manifestations of serious adverse reactions following the administration of the vaccine.
Embassy in DR : Passing away of Mrs. Anne Marie Sadin François
The Consulate of Haiti in Barahona in the Dominican Republic, learned with dismay, the sad news of the death of Mrs. Anne Marie Sadin François, Counselor at the Embassy of Haiti in Santo Domingo on March 14 after a courageously endured illness. In this painful circumstance, the members of the mission send their sincere condolences to the relatives and friends affected by this bereavement.