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According to available information, the National Police of Haiti (PNH) is on high alert https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-40409-haiti-flash-the-pnh-puts-all-police-officers-on-alert-throughout-the-territory.html due to reports suggesting that gangs operating in the capital are planning to attack government buildings and key institutions such as the National Palace...
Risk of tuberculosis epidemic
A worrying situation has emerged in Port-au-Prince when around a hundred patients hospitalized at the Sanatorium Hospital found themselves scattered in the streets of the capital, thus exposing the population to an increased risk of contamination by tuberculosis. Dr. Jean Ardouin Ester Louis Charles, director of the hospital, urges patients who have fled the hospital to go to the West Health Directorate in Turgeau, where they can continue their treatment while awaiting measures. necessary for their safety and health.
The CARICOM delegation spoke with the PM
Tuesday, September 5 the CARICOM delegation. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-40424-haiti-flash-caricom-in-haiti-carrying-a-proposal-to-resolve-the-crisis.html spoke with Acting Prime Minister Ariel Henry, at the official residence in Musseau. The delegation proposed a draft agreement articulated around four main points : governance with the reconfiguration of the High Transitional Council (HTC), the electoral process, security and constitutional reform. The delegation was also to meet the members of the HCT on the same day.
Drinking water 24 hours a day for 10,000 people
More than 10,000 people in the city center of Asile and in the communal section of Abricot and its surroundings (Nippes Dept.), have access today to a drinking water service 24/24. This was made possible thanks to funding from the World Bank.
Protest in Petit-Goâve
Tuesday, September 5, the inhabitants of the commune of Petit-Goâve organized a protest movement against insecurity in the country. The demonstrators took the opportunity to demand the departure of the Government and show their solidarity with the residents of Carrefour-Feuilles.
If necessary, the DR will close its border
Dominican President Luis Abinader said Monday that if he had to make the decision to close the border he would do so after studies carried out by the National Security Council for migration. The Chairman pointed out that this issue was not yet considered. The Dominican Chancellor Roberto Alvarez for his part showed himself in favor of closing the border and the regularization of all foreigners in an illegal migratory situation who work in the construction and agrifood sectors and the application of the ratio 20/80 (20% foreign workers for 80% Dominican workers)