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17/06/2024 11:14:30

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Nairobi Superior Court on vacation
The Nairobi Superior Court, whose court is on vacation, has set a hearing for October 7 on a new appeal filed by Me Ekuru Aukot, leader of a small minority party "Thirdway Alliance", which in the ballot presidential election in 2017 had obtained 27,311 votes, or 0.18% of the votes), who is seeking a response to his trial for "contempt of a court order based on the decision of January 26, 2023" against the deployment of Kenyan police officers in Haiti. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-42355-haiti-flash-ekuru-aukot-in-kenya-once-again-tries-to-block-the-mission-in-haiti.html

The OIF encouraged by political progress in Haiti
The Ambassador of Haiti to Canada Weibert Arthus, on the sidelines of the economic mission of the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF) in Montreal and Quebec. had fruitful discussions with the Secretary General of La Francophonie Louise Mushikiwabo who said she was encouraged by the political progress in Haiti and who renewed the support of the OIF for Haiti in the process of definitive resolution of the crisis. Ambassador Arthus insisted on the fact that any support for Haiti requires job creation and economic opportunities, particularly for young Haitians.

Weapons and ammunition seized, recipient arrested
Investigators from the Office for the Fight against Drug Trafficking (BLTS) on detachment in the North carried out, last week at Cap Terminal SA (CTSA), in Quartier-Morin, a search of a container registered KOSU-496-108-8, from the United States. They discovered and seized in two blue bowls bearing the number 44. : 9 magazines for 9mm caliber pistol, a drum-shaped magazine of 9mm caliber brand Taurus PT11G2G3; a Pistol to Carbine conversion; 100 9mm and 50 .38 caliber cartridges. Jean Guillaume JOSEPH, in whose name the goods were intended, was arrested.

Did you know ?
Did you know that ? The historian Moreau de Saint-Méry (1750-1819) was the first to have recorded the natural disasters in what was then called "the island of Saint Domingue", part of which constitutes what is today Haiti, during the French and Spanish occupations. The author reports in his work 18 earthquakes felt, including that of 1562 which destroyed Santiago, the first city of the New World and those of October 18, 1751, November 21, 1751 and June 3, 1770, the damage of which was major in Port-au-Prince. The cause of the earthquakes was enigmatic at that time.

Reaction of the Minister for the Status of Women
During her installation, Ms. Marie Françoise SUZAN, the Minister for the Status of Women and Women's Rights (MCFDF), rejoiced at the fact that it is the first time in the entire history of the country that the quota of 30% of women is almost respected (28.57%) in a Government with 4 women ministers out of 14.

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