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Edmond Bocchit, the Ambassador of Haiti in Washington again advocates the intervention of a foreign military force in Haiti which must help the National Police (PNH) to neutralize the armed bandits who terrorize the population.
No fuel shortage
Richardin Saint Jean, the Minister of Trade and Industry says that for the moment there is no risk of a fuel shortage on the local market. He explains that some gas pumps are simply having difficulty distributing fuel in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area. As for the lack of fuel observed in certain service stations in the Great North, the diversion of tanker trucks to supply the informal market are the cause...
Foot : Le Vieux Coq turns 92
"The Haitian Football Federation joins the Football family in wishing the Association Sportive Capoise a happy birthday. Happy 92nd to Le Vieux Coq Capois, the oldest club in the province, to its leaders and supporters who have contributed to the influence of Haitian football as worthy representatives of the Department of the North. The FHF thanks you and wishes the club long life and continued success !"
Selling fuel in the provinces, not profitable
According to Marc André Dériphonse, President of the National Association of Service Station Owners, selling fuel at the pump in the provinces is no longer profitable because of the security situation and the profit margins of petroleum product operators. Based on the unavailability of fuel in provincial towns, Marc André Dériphonse believes that if the government does nothing, the crisis is likely to persist for a long time yet.
Assassination of the President : Triple Confrontations
Tuesday, November 29, in the context of the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, a confrontation session took place between Léon Charles, the former Director General of the National Police of Haiti, Dimitry Hérard, the former Coordinator of the Security Unit General of the National Palace, and Jean Laguel Civil, the former Coordinator of the National Palace.
Book : Sale-signature
A signature sale of the book "Haiti and the Restoration of Dominican Independence in 1861-1865" (Haïti et la restauration de l'indépendance dominicaine en 1861-1865) will take place on Friday December 2 and Saturday December 3, 2022, at the school of the brothers of Pétion-Ville, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. he event will be provided by the writer Michel Soukar. The book will be sold at the price of 2,500 gourdes.