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Léon Charles, Permanent Representative of Haiti to the Organization of American States (OAS) participated in the 5th meeting of the Working Group on Haiti. Beginning of a consensus between the members of the 3 subgroups (Elections and Democracy, Humanitarian and Security) on the need to restore the minimum security conditions for the holding of elections.
Strike by the Public prosecution workers, lifted for 2 months
In order to facilitate the liquidation of ongoing criminal cases, including the holding of criminal assizes and correctional hearings, the Public prosecution workers who have been on strike for nearly four months, have announced the temporary suspension of their movement for a period of two months. However, if their demands are not taken into account by then, the strike movement will resume from August 1.
Haiti at the 58th session on climate change
A delegation from the Ministry of the Environment of Haiti is participating from June 5 to 15, 2023, in Bonn (Germany), in the 58th session of the subsidiary bodies of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Haiti : University Training in Risk Management
Nesmy Manigat, the Minister of National Education proceeded on June 1 at the Public University of the South (Les Cayes) to the launch of the first program in Haiti of university training in Risk and Disaster Management (GRD) This university training s part of the implementation of the Sectoral Plan for Reducing Vulnerability to Disasters in the Education sector.
Emergency Foreign Intervention in Haiti
Dr. Wiliam Pape, Executive Director of the GHESKIO Centers, calls for emergency foreign intervention to restore security in Haiti "Without this foreign assistance many more people will die, we cannot let Haiti die in silence time is running out."
Make the Haitian crisis more visible at the regional level
Michelle Muschett, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Regional Director of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) for Latin America and the Caribbean, had a candid exchange with the Ambassadors of Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and the OAS Special Representative in Haiti on the importance of making the complex crisis that Haiti is going through more visible at the regional level and called for solidarity and more effective coordination of South-South cooperation.