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Dominican Republic : Passports : Promise of the Consul of Santiago
Jean Gardy Marius, Consul of Haiti in Santiago in the Dominican Republic addressing passport applicants said "[...] I guarantee you that at the beginning of December, all those who submitted passport applications between January and August of this year will begin to receive their passports. Today it is my responsibility to help you find these documents."

Delmas: 4 occupants of a house shot dead in petite place Cazeau
Friday evening in petite place Cazeau (Delmas), unidentified armed individuals opened fire and killed the 4 occupants of a house. According to testimonies, it could be a settling of scores by men from the Vitelhomme Innocent gang...

Crisis in Haiti : Special meeting in Tunisia
Friday, November 18, the Prime Minister of Quebec François Legault mentioned the holding of a "special meeting" to talk about the crisis in Haiti, within the framework of the Francophonie Summit, in Djerba, Tunisia, in the presence of the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau.

Vertières 219th, rain of messages
Acting Prime Minister Ariel Henry :
"It is with pride that we find ourselves here, at the General Headquarters of the Armed Forces of Haiti, to commemorate the day of the victory of the Battle of Vertières, an important event in our history and that of humanity. May this fine example of our ancestors and their prowess inspire us and help us to recover and rebuild our country."

Bocchit Edmond Ambassador of Haiti in Washington :
"I salute the memory of our brave soldiers who all fought for a single cause: to break the chains of slavery and bequeath us a Nation. 219 years later, we need a mental battle of Vertières to build a Haiti worthy of its glorious history."

Wilson Jeudy Mayor of Delmas :
"November 18, 1803, a historic date marking the great battle of Vertières, which was the peak of the quest for the country's independence. On the occasion of the 219th anniversary of this event, the Mayor of Delmas, Wilson Jeudy calls on everyone to come together in order to reproduce a major feat, that of restoring hope to our young people, providing them with the levers of social ascent and restore security in the country that only consensus and the transcendence of personal and clan interests can enable us to achieve. To properly commemorate this decisive victory of the indigenous army at Vertières, it is necessary to think and act in the interest of the Nation, because the practices of division and rescue-who-can have shown their limits. The town hall of Delmas wishes you all a good commemoration !"

National Police of Haiti :
"This Friday, November 18, 2022 brings back the commemoration of the 219th anniversary of the Battle of Vertières. On this occasion, the National Police of Haiti salutes the memory of our ancestors and invites citizens to reflect on the future of Haiti in a spirit of fraternity and constant solidarity in order to allow the country to take the path of sustainable development."

Haitian Football Federation (FHF) :
"If our ancestors had not won, at the cost of their blood, the battle of Vertrières on November 18, 1803, we would not have had the proclamation of Haiti's independence on January 1st, 1804. Let us proudly celebrate this 18 November 2022, the 219th anniversary of this battle which paved the way for the liberation and birth of the First Independent Black Republic in all of Humanity's history."

Former First Lady of Haiti Martine Moïse :
"November 18, 1803, Haiti's victory over the French army broke the chains of slavery to open the doors of freedom and dignity to black peoples. 2022, violence and social injustices are still present in Haiti. The fight goes on. ".

Former Prime Minister Evans Paul (KP) :
"[...] Vertières, a powerful symbol of the bravery of our ancestors and of our national dignity, is the most prestigious emblem of our collective memory. Safeguarding the historic greatness of Haiti, our homeland, today dishonored by the unworthy actions of each other, requires us to pull ourselves together, with a view to a new national impetus, for security, fraternity and the prosperity of living together."

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