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12 deaths due to cholera, including 4 children, have already been recorded at the "Boulosse" camp, in Delmas 48, alerts the Organization for the Life of Children, which has identified around a hundred cases of cholera.
Businessman Joël Khawly released on bail
Thursday, December 1st, the important businessman Joël Khawly arrested on November 25 for "possession of illegal weapons" https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-38232-haiti-flash-the-powerful-businessman-of-jacmel-joel-khawly-arrested-for-illegal-possession-of-war-weapons.html was released on bail an extraordinary hearing. Joël Khawly will have to pay a deposit of three million Gourdes (± 24,000 dollars) and remain at the disposal of justice for the legal consequences.
Historic inflation record in Haiti
New inflation record in Haiti which reached 38.7% over one year, according to the latest figures published by the Haitian Institute of Statistics and Informatics. Haiti is now the 4th country with the highest inflation rate in the Region of the Americas, deplores the Haitian economist Enomy Germain. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-38272-haiti-flash-annual-inflation-explodes-to-387-sept-2022.html
Judges and lawyers flee the country
Many Haitian judges and lawyers have fled the country to settle in Canada and the United States. The president, Me Marie Suzie Legros, recognizes that more than 200 of her colleagues left the country for Miami. Less than 70 lawyers out of 400 were present at the last meeting of the bar of Port-au-Prince. It remains to find the formula to bring back the judges and lawyers who fled Haiti...
More than 50 police officers killed in 2022
According to Lionel Lazare, general coordinator of the National Union of Haitian Police (Synapoha), more than 50 Haitian police officers have been killed in 2022. He claims to have files specifying the identity and the places where the police officers were killed.
Arrest of ten individuals from the "Gwo Boutèy" base
Thursday, December 1, the Police proceeded to the arrest of a dozen individuals, in Liancourt, commune of the district of Saint-Marc. They were all part of the "Gwo Boutèy" base, an ally of the gang network commonly known as "Gran grif".
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