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Thursday, March 23, 2023, Biden and Trudeau are actively discussing a force for Haiti in Ottawa, according to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, quoted by AFP. Assuring that the international community continued to study the possibility of sending this force to Haiti. Moderate optimism for armed intervention...
USA : The former Mayor of Irois, arrested for Visa fraud
Wednesday, March 23, the former mayor of Irois, Jean Morose Viliéna, sentenced the day before by a federal court in Boston, to pay more than 15 million dollars https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39126-haiti-news-zapping.html accused of torture, extrajudicial executions, attempted murder and arson https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39103-haiti-flash-j-m-viliena-ex-mayor-of-irois-accused-in-the-usa-of-murder-torture-and-political-violence.html was arrested by Massachusetts police, charged with three counts of visa fraud… If he is convicted he is liable to a sentence of up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000, his permanent residence could be withdrawn, opening the door to his deportation to Haiti.
Poste Marchand police station attacked
Thursday afternoon, a bandit was killed and a "Zo Reken" vehicle confiscated by the police, during an attack by armed individuals against the Poste Marchand police station.
Clerk strike in indifference
The Professional Association of Magistrates (APM) expressed concern about the indifference of the Government to the strike launched two weeks ago by the prosecutors and clerk to demand better treatment. The PAM stresses that these work stoppages paralyze the functioning of the courts and courts have serious consequences for litigants.
7,500 new latrines built in 2022
In 2022, more than 7,500 new latrines were built by households thanks to community approaches to total sanitation supported by UNICEF. It should be recalled that in 2020, 31% of the rural population still practiced open defecation.
Father Medidor, released
Thursday, March 23, Father Jean-Yves Medidor, priest of the Clercs de Saint-Viateur (CSV), parish priest of Christ-Roi le Meilleur in Port-au-Prince kidnapped and kidnapped since March 10, was released by his captors. announced Father Nestor Fils Aime CSV, Provincial Superior of Canada and Father Dudley Pierre, CSV, Superior of the Viatorians in Haiti.