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Actors of the Jacmel carnival announce days of demonstrations, starting yesterday Monday, March 14 to demand the 40 million gourdes promised by the government for the organization of the communal carnival in this city. If the carnival festivities did indeed take place in Jacmel, the fund which was to be used to pay the actors, among others, was not paid to the town hall of this commune.
Judge Fignolé was attacked
Annie Fignolé, judge at the Port-au-Prince Court of First Instance, was the victim of an attack perpetrated on Sunday, March 14, in Delmas, by armed individuals. The magistrate came out safe and sound. The motives behind this attack are unknown.
MoU for a new farm
The Embassy of Taiwan (Republic of China) and the international NGO "Food for the Poor" in Haiti, officially presented a Memorandum of Understanding concerning an agricultural farm located on 4 carreaux of land, in Santo 17.
The CEP could go on strike
The Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) is unable to function normally due to budgetary difficulties. The Executive Director of the CEP who provided an update on the issue, does not rule out the possibility that employees of the electoral institution decide to observe a work stoppage in the days to come.
Senate meets PEN
After the meeting with Montana https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-36162-haiti-news-zapping.html , the Senate met with the modified PEN to harmonize the positions of the different groups on the political spectrum.
No fuel shortage
The volume of fuel in stock in the two terminals is: Diesel: 12,094,678 gallons, Gasoline: 6,330,843 gallons So, no shortage of fuel. However, the strike by tanker drivers at the Thor terminal disrupted the supply of petroleum products in the Deep South.
Former TPTC Minister dies
"I learned, with sadness, of the death of engineer Elysée Nicoleau, former minister of TPTC in the government of Leslie Manigat. I salute the memory of a patriot, a visionary, a man of integrity, an altruist. I send my heartfelt condolences to his bereaved family and friends," PM Ariel Henry