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"Josh Casimir, a 20-year-old compatriot, showed heroism in saving 3 people in distress following a boat sinking on May 15, 2021 in the Gulf of Gonâve. The State, via the Maritime and Navigation Service of Haiti (SEMANAH), will support him to help him better develop his talent," President Jovenel Moïse. https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-33783-icihaiti-shipwreck-17-hours-in-the-water-he-saves-the-lives-of-2-adults-and-a-3-year-old-child.html
The PNH not aware of a truce on kidnapping
Friday, May 21 in an express conference, responding to a journalist, Léon Charles, the Director General ai of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in order to put an end to the rumors circulating and the announcement of a truce by some Chiefs de Gang, relayed by media, said "The police are not aware of any truce observed on the kidnappings" adding that the police continued their work to restore order and peace in the city.
Radical opposition on anti-referendum tour
The so-called "democratic and popular" radical opposition sector announces a mobilization tour from Sunday May 23 to 30 in an attempt to mobilize the population against the executive's proposed referendum on the new Constitution.
First subtropical storm
The first subtropical storm named “Ana” of the 2021 season has just started over the Atlantic Basin 180 miles (289.8 km) northeast of Bermuda. It poses no threat to Haiti if it continues on its course.
PNH : new strategies
On Friday, Marie Michelle Verrier, the spokesperson ai of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) gave a press conference on the new strategies applied by the police force in order to promote a serene climate to allow merchants of the informal sector and commercial enterprises to go about their daily activities.
The importance of the literature
Friday May 21, 2021, the Library of the National Book Department received the writer Jean Euphèle Milcé on the theme "Literature and the time of uncertainties". The author of "L'aphabet des nuit", Prize Georges-Nicole 2004 of Switzerland, recalled the importance of literature in the development of tools for building society, of thought and the need to produce works that respond to the problems of their contemporaries.