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Haiti - News : Zapping...
Saturday September 23, 2023, heavily armed individuals, members of the “Chen Mechan” gang led by Claudy Célestin, according to testimonies from local residents, completely blocked all access roads to the RN#1 near Bon Repos with vehicles across the streets...
Arsonist of an armored vehicle arrested
Charles Jean Kenson (26 years old), alias "Papouch" has been arrested during a police intervention by agents of the Mapou Sub-Police Station, Municipality of Belle-Anse (South-East Department). Charles Jean Kenson confessed to having participated in the fire of an armored vehicle of the Haitian National Police, at Drouillard (West Dept.)
EEH : New Governance
At the center of a vast arms and ammunition trafficking scandal https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-37154-haiti-flash-seizure-of-weapons-and-ammunition-imported-under-cover-of-the-franchise-of-the-episcopal-church-of-haiti.html which led to the incarceration of several of its senior officials and the issuance of a wanted notice against its President, the father Mardoché Vil https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39506-haiti-arms-trahaiti-arms-trafficking-the-reverend-father-fritz-desire-placed-in-policefficking-the-reverend-father-fritz-desire-placed-in-police-custody.html the Episcopal Church of Haiti has an ad hoc Permanent Council for new governance within the EEH. It is chaired by the Reverend Father Jean Jeannot Joseph.
Mexico: Training of FAd’H
Saturday, September 23, was signed the renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation between the Secretariat of National Defense of Mexico, the Secretariat of the Navy and the Ministry of Defense of Haiti, as an act of commitment of Mexico to continue to provide support and training to the Armed Forces of Haiti (FAd'H). Note that that same day, 110 officers of the FAd’H and 12 officers of the Haitian National Police returned to Haiti after four weeks of intensive training in Mexico, as part of bilateral cooperation programs.
250,000 Haitians driven from their homes
Between May and August 2023, nearly 250,000 Haitians had to flee their homes across the country, including no fewer than 200,000 in the metropolitan area due to armed violence, according to a report from the Platform of Haitian Human Rights Organizations (POHDH).
Justice: Training in investigation of sexual violence
The High Council of the Judicial Power (CSPJ) in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the School of Magistracy (EMA) carried out this week a two-day training on the techniques of Investigation into sexual violence for the benefit of Magistrates.