|Click to download the official draft of the new Constitution (September 2021)|
Haiti - News : Zapping...
Among the 288 Haitian migrants expelled from the Bahamas, who arrived at Cap-Haitien airport on October 6, 2021, aboard two flights, 3 Haitians were arrested by the National Police of Haiti (PNH) of North. The 3 individuals arrested by the Bahamian authorities are accused of having killed more than a dozen passengers during the sea crossing to the Bahamas. With these new expulsions, the number of Haitians repatriated from the Bahamas in 5 flights now stands at 676 since October 1st. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34918-haiti-news-zapping.html
Another clergyman kidnapped
On Saturday October 9, 2021, Pastor Devariste Eliodor of the Free Methodist Church of Haiti (Delmas 28) was kidnapped by unidentified gunmen.
See also :
The USA will evaluate the special units of the PNH
A team of experts from the US Department of State: Bureau of Intl Narcotics & Law Enforcement (INL) will assess the special units of the Haitian National Police (PNH) in order to identify the needs to strengthen the capacity of the Police Haitian to fight effectively against gangs. The mission of the assessment team supports the objective of the United States Government to support the development of the PNH as a professional and responsible institution capable of protecting Haitians from gang violence and civil unrest.
The unions are calling for a technician as DG of the EDH
Following the resignation on August 19 of the Director General, the Federation of Trade Unions of Electricity Workers of Haiti (FESTRED’H) calls for his replacement, by a technician and not a "politician"
Covid : The mayor of Delmas received his first dose of vaccine
On the morning of Sunday, October 10, 2021, Wilson Jeudy, the Mayor of Delmas received his first dose of vaccine against Covid-19. He was vaccinated in the vaccination center located in the town hall of Delmas.
UEH partnership with the National Ambulance Center
The Rectorate of the State University of Haiti and the National Ambulance Center will sign a memorandum of understanding on Monday, October 11, 2021 in order to define the conditions of a partnership within the framework of the training of Rescuers capable of responding to emergencies in the event of accidents and natural disasters.