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"All components of Haitian society, branches of civil society, chambers of commerce, all religious denominations, political parties, are called to provide their help and support in the fight against insecurity," said Monday Joseph Jouthe during a press conference, inviting each and everyone to sit down with him to talk about security, announcing that instructions have been given to the national police to identify the place of sequestration of the religious and put the bandits out of harm's way.
Religions For Peace announces its withdrawal from the dialogue process
On Monday, the Religions for Peace platform in correspondence announced its withdrawal from the dialogue and peace process, following the assessment of the situation as it has developed in recent days, the platform considers that the lesser evil for it is to withdraw from this process while keeping the hope of being able to continue to serve the country otherwise, however it remains ready to encourage any other initiative of dialogue which tends towards a peaceful solution of this crisis.
Reward for the fight against Covid-19 in Haiti
During the celebration of World Health Day which took place around the theme "For a fairer and healthier world" in the presence among others of the First Lady Martine Moise, the Prime Minister, Joseph Jouthe, the Minister of Public Health Marie Gréta Roy Clément, PAHO/WHO Representative in Haiti, Maureen Birmingham and several other partners, Minister Clément took the opportunity to award certificates, medals and plaques of honor to certain professionals health, personalities and institutions who have distinguished themselves so far, in the fight against Covid-19 in Haiti.
PM Joseph Jouthe presents his sympathies
Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe presents his sympathies to all the people from different sectors who have been victims of the kidnapping acts. He promises to put public action in motion in the concern of tracking down bandits and that justice be served.
Jovenel Moïse congratulates the President-elect of Ecuador
On Monday, President Jovenel Moïse had a very fruitful telephone conversation with the newly elected President of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso. It was an opportunity for the President of the Republic of Haiti to congratulate him on his victory and to remind him that Haiti is ready to strengthen its bilateral cooperation with Ecuador. "On behalf of the Haitian people and on my own behalf, I would like to congratulate the President-elect of Ecuador Guillermo Lasso on his victory in the last elections. I wish him every success in his new functions."
Virtual meeting on constitutional reform
This Tuesday, April 13, 2021, a virtual information meeting will be held on the constitutional reform project, the speakers of which will be, among others, Ambassador Bocchit Edmond and the Minister Delegate in charge of electoral matters Mr. Mathias Pierre.