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On Wednesday evening, June 2, the Vice-Rector of the Episcopal University of Haiti, Dr. Robert Joseph, suffering from Covid-19, died in hospital from complications.
Covid : Canapé Vert Hospital saturated
The Steering Committee of the Canapé Vert hospital is advising the general public and doctors in particular that the hospital is no longer able for the moment to receive new patients with Covid, the isolation unit of the he institution has reached its maximum occupancy capacity. The Canapé Vert hospital joins the hospitals of Saint Luc, Delmas 2 and Mirebalais which are in the same difficult situation.
Elections : Haiti seeks help from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Wednesday June 2 Dr. Jesse Jean (Ambassador of Haiti to the Benelux and the EU), presented his Letters of Credence to His Royal Highness Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg. During the tête-à-tête with the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, the Ambassador recalled the need to strengthen cooperation between the Republic of Haiti and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in the fields of education, training professional, health, tourism, fishing and local authorities. He also requested the technical, logistical and financial support of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg for the holding of the next elections.
"Elections are not an option but..."
"We are facing a special situation where there is no solution provided for by the amended 1987 Constitution if the elections do not take place. To wait for the 51st legislature to take another chance is to give up the future of a whole people to adventure. We are no longer in the era of the military (1956), today let's be aware that as a leader we cannot afford to let the country plunge into the abyss. The elections are not an option but an obligation" declared Mathias Pierre, Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister, in charge of electoral questions and relations with political parties.
New prison in Petit-Goâve
Towards the completion of the finishing works of the civil prison of Petit-Goâve and the launch of the development works of the Police station of Petit-Goâve. Tuesday, June 1, a delegation from the American Embassy and the chief engineer of the construction firm of the new Petit-Goâve civil prison, carried out an assessment visit to the police station and to the prison building https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-33871-icihaiti-petit-goave-inauguration-of-the-legal-assistance-office.html The finishing works of the new prison will probably be resumed in the coming days in order to make this center functional prisoner. At the same time, the work of fitting out the Petit-Goâve police station will also begin, we learned from a member of the delegation. HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondent Petit-Goâve)