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Friday, as part of the investigation into the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse on July 7, 2021. Jean Laguel Civil, former head of Presidential Security was interviewed for nearly 2 hours by Judge Gary Orélien. Given the poor operating conditions in court (no air conditioning, no electricity, etc...), the hearing was put in continuation on September 7, 2021. Me Reynold Georges, lawyer for Jean Laguel Civil, approves the way proceed from the judge and ensure that all questions asked have been answered. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34567-haiti-flash-new-investigating-judge-in-the-assassination-of-president-moise.html
Gangs : Panic in the city
On Friday another day of tension, members of the "G9 family and alies" coalition gangs roamed several neighborhoods in the lower part of the capital, firing automatic guns, causing great panic among the population in their path.
Famni Lavalas signs the agreement of the citizens' commission
The Fanmi Lavalas party signs the agreement of the citizens' commission for the search for a Haitian solution to the crisis, which proposes a two-headed transitional government (President and Prime Minister) and rejects the proposal of Prime Minister Ariel Henry which recommends an executive one-headed and two-headed after elections.
8 Haitians intercepted off West Palm Beach
Thursday group of migrants was intercepted off West Palm Beach. 8 Haitian nationals were handed over to the Bahamian authorities. Two Bahamians also aboard the boat are being investigated by Homeland Security.
Education: Support from the Ministry in the affected areas
The Government, via the Ministry of National Education, intends to support the teachers and the most needy parents in the areas affected by the earthquake of August 14, 2021. Provisions will also be adopted for the organization of upgrading courses in favor of students in order to enable them to make up for the learning deficit caused by the postponement of the start of the school year.
Canada : Closure of the Embassy of Haiti
The Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Canada is informing the Haitian community and the general public that its premises will be closed on Monday, September 6, 2021 on the occasion of "Labor Day". Activities will resume on Tuesday September 7, 2021.