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Monday, October 11, in Pernier (Port-au-Prince), the National Police of Haiti (PNH) carried out a strong intervention, at the gravel factory of the entrepreneur and former deputy Cholzer Chancy. During the operation, at least 4 bandits, who demanded $50,000 from the contractor were killed in the crossfire. Several firearms were seized.
USA : 5.5 million to fight illegal immigration
The United States is working with Haitian officials to address the root causes of their country's migration crisis. These solutions include measures to increase security in Haiti, make the country more prosperous for its citizens, and support returning migrants. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has pledged $5.5 million in support for the reception and reintegration of returning Haitians.
Pastor Eliodor Devariste released
Kidnapped on October 9 near his residence in the Cul-de-Sac plain, Pastor Eliodor Devariste of the Free Methodist Church Parc Chrétien was freed by his captors against ransom on the evening of October 11. Pastor Devariste would be ill, said Pastor Calixte Fleuridor, President of the Protestant Federation of Haiti
DR : 90-day ultimatum for illegal Haitian workers
The Dominican Migration Directorate (DGM) has given a 90-day ultimatum to companies that use the workforce of people in an irregular migratory situation to regularize their situation. After this period "all these people in an irregular situation will be repatriated."
The increase in the price of a barrel of oil seriously affects Haiti
The increase in the price of oil on the international market, trending upward since August 25, 2021, reached this Wednesday, October 13, $82.83 per barrel [more than $20 in less than 2 months] seriously affects Haiti, given that the Government sells fuel at a lower price than its purchase price, a situation that risks becoming untenable if the situation persists and an increase in products at the pump is difficult to imagine, reactions of the population with unforeseeable consequences.
CEP : The sectors concerned are active
Mambo Euvonie Georges from the "Konfederasyon Nasyonal Vodouyizan Ayisyen" (KNVA) informs that the voodoo sector has already launched the process indicating that a jury has been set up to analyze the files of the candidates who have come forward. In addition, Pastor Calixte Fleuridor, President of the Protestant Federation of Haiti, informs that consultations are underway with a view to adopting a decision on the participation or not of reformed cults in the establishment of the new Provisional Electoral Council (CEP).