Haiti – News : Zapping…
Haiti – News : Zapping…
Words by Michèle B. Duvalier
“Haiti darling King Henry Ariel Henry Go ! To avoid a bloodbath Take your clicks and your slaps ! But go ! Nothing is going right ! I beg you leave so that many innocent people do not pay for the real culprits You are already a political corpse” Michele B. Duvalier, former First Lady of Haiti (1980-1986).
A dozen schools looted
“Protecting education, protecting schools, is protecting the work of teachers, protecting the future of our children and of Haiti. We encourage the return of materials and equipment from a dozen schools in the departments of Artibonite and Northeast. Help these schools access archives and various documents such as student transcripts. Remember that the school is the workplace of all teachers and a temporary shelter in the event of a disaster,” Ministry of Education
UN for Strong Police to Fight Gangs
Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary General pleaded for the restoration of security in Haiti and a strong police force to fight armed gangs. In an interview with RFI and recommended an international support program for the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in training and equipment See also : https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-37682-icihaiti-un-one-should-subsidize-families-not-fuels-dixit-sg-antonio-guterres.html
Trade unionist Dominique St Eloi calls for mobilization
Trade unionist Dominique St Eloi, General Coordinator of the National Coordination of Haitian Workers (Cnoha), called on workers, peasants and citizens of popular neighborhoods to take to the streets again this week against the rise in fuel prices and to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry and all his allies.
Mourning : Embassy of Canada in Haiti closed
This Monday, September 19, 2022, the Embassy of Canada to Haiti will remain closed to observe Canada’s National Day of Mourning in honor of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Embassy’s emergency management team remains fully mobilized working remotely to continue to assess the situation in the country. In case of a consular emergency, contact: 1-613-996-8885 email@example.com
Urgent public works
Eng. Rosemond Pradel, Minister of Public Works the engineer recently held a workshop with the coordination office and the central directors of the ministry. Pradel took the opportunity to emphasize the urgency of starting repair work on several roads, particularly national road # 1, such as the area commonly known as the Rita crossroads and surrounding areas. The drainage of the watersheds at the level of the ravines of Bristout and Meyotte in order to facilitate traffic as the start of the school year, scheduled for October 3rd, approaches.