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Haiti - News : Zapping...
Members of the Specialized Body for Land Border Security (CESFRONT) intercepted a bus carrying 21 Haitians in an irregular migratory situation traveling on the Comendador-Elías Piña section of the highway.
Senate : Creation of 3 committees
Wednesday, January 12, the Senators met around a work agenda. Three Commissions have been formed: 1) Political Sector Commission chaired by Senator Pierre Paul Patrice DUMONT; 2) Social Sector Commission chaired by Senator Denis CADEAU; 3) Economic Sector Commission chaired by Senator Jean Rigaud BELIZAIRE.
2 drivers kidnapped, a generator stolen
On Wednesday January 12, 2022, armed individuals hijacked a truck and kidnapped two drivers from the Sainte Croix Hospital in Léogâne who were transporting a brand new 125 kilowatt generator that the institution had just bought on credit, which risks paralyzing operation. of the hospital center. Thursday morning the hospital was closed in protest, demanding its generator and the release of the 2 drivers, an emergency cell was set up, responsible for returning and redirecting patients.
Rudolph Jaar imprisoned in the USA
Businessman Rudolph Jaar arrested on January 7, 2022 in the Dominican Republic for his involvement in the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, in particular for his financial participation, was transferred to the United States at his request. He promises to cooperate fully with American justice in the hope of a reduced sentence and he claims to have many revelations to make https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35692-haiti-news-zapping.html
Justice : Words by Martine Moïse
"The will of the international makes us feel that the investigation is progressing. Well done. The suspects in the death of President Jovenel are being arrested. We encourage efforts to apprehend them all, especially those who financed this heinous crime against the Haitian people," Martine Moïse.
Voodoo : Death of the Great Servant Fernand Bien Aimé
Camy J. Dépas Director General of the Ministry of Culture learned, with regret, of the death of the Great Servant in charge of Lakou Souvnans, Fernand Bien Aimé (80 years old), which occurred on January 12 in Gonaïves. "In this painful circumstance, the Ministry bows before the remains of this emblematic figure of Haitian voodoo and presents its sincere condolences to the parents, friends, relatives of the deceased and to the great family of voodoo."