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Haiti - News : Zapping...
On Sunday September 12, 2021, police officer Wilnor Louis was kidnapped by unidentified armed individuals. The kidnappers would demand a very strong ransom for his release...
Senator Delva calls to stand up against the deal
In a note "[...] The office of Senator Garcia Delva congratulates all the political parties which have chosen to ignore the 'pèpè' Agreement of Prime Minister Ariel Henry and his acolytes [...] While it remains vigilant, the office of the senator reaffirmed his position, calling on all the forces of the Nation to stand up against the agreement without a body, which takes place behind the Constitution and the law [...]" See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34730-haiti-flash-a-two-headed-transitional-government-for-24-months-text-of-the-agreement.html
Bahamas : 41 Haitians on a desert island
On September 9, during a joint operation, the Royal Bahamas Defense Force (RBDF) with the Operation Bahamas Turks and Caicos (OPBAT) and the authorities of the Immigration found a group of 41 illegal Haitian migrants on Little Inagua (an uninhabited island in the National Park). The Haitians were transported to Matthew Town, Inagua, for the migratory consequences...
PNH : Big need in the Nippes
During a visit by the authorities on Saturday, September 11, 2021, to the Departmental Directorate of Nippes of the Haitian National Police (PNH), officials explained their needs for means and equipment to keep the troops mobilized, and the construction of a new permises for the departmental direction which for the moment is housed in the old dilapidated permises of the customs too small for the police force.
Quebec and the Haitian judicial system
Thursday, September 9, at the invitation of Me Extra Junior Laguerre, President of the Bar of Montreal, the Consul General of Haiti in Montreal, Fritz Dorvilier, participated in the virtual conference opening the judicial year of Quebec. The communications, relating to the modernization, accessibility and diversity of the Quebec judicial system, were instructive and Consul Dorvilier hopes that Quebec will contribute to the modernization of the Haitian judicial system.
Valendy Thesnor, 29, a doctoral student in chemistry and teacher of medicinal chemistry at the State University of Haiti (UEH), becomes the first person to represent Haiti at the international final of the "My thesis in 180 seconds". The young woman will fly to Paris (France) at the end of September where the international final takes place. Last June, Valendy already won the Haitian edition of this competition by obtaining both the Audience Award and the Jury Prize, for the presentation of his thesis in phytochemistry.