Haiti

On the continent of America

We kill in Canaan

We kill in Canaan

Haiti

A traffic sign on the national road number 1 indicating a speed limit of 50 km / h serves as an address. As it is necessary to enter there, the inhabitants denominate the zone Canaan 50. After Canaan I, II and III, people took refuge in this part of this vast ground declared of public utility by the late president René Préval. Following the earthquake of January 12, 2010, many have set their sights on "Canaan 50". Important investments ...
Le Nouvelliste, 123 days ago

Predicted: Politics

0

Penance for our actions and inactions

Penance for our actions and inactions

Haiti

Quasimodo and Esmeralda, Hugo and Plamondon will sleep under the stars. Notre Dame Cathedral burned in Paris on Monday. The monument, better known because of the musical than for the basilica, has a resonance in Haiti. Bet is taken, by the bad languages, that it will be rebuilt - the initial construction took 182 years - before we find our course. Resumes, costumes and kikit heels are out. The country seeks ministers for the go ...
Le Nouvelliste, 125 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

0

These women who defeated electoral violence

These women who defeated electoral violence

Haiti

Deputies, senators and mayors, all those who have agreed to testify during this work, index violence as the main handicap to the participation of women in political life in Haiti. Senator of the North Dieudonne Luma Étienne, the only woman elected to the Senate of the Republic, does not go through four ways to spit the bitter experience she experienced during her election campaign: "I had to find financial resources for. ..
Le Nouvelliste, 127 days ago

Predicted: Politics

0

Electricity: SOS for maternity Isaie Jeanty in Chancerelles

Electricity: SOS for maternity Isaie Jeanty in Chancerelles

Haiti

The leaders of the Motherhood Isaiah Jeanty, in Chancerelles, launched an urgent appeal to the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) in relation to the operation of this hospital center whose activities are almost paralyzed for lack of electricity. According to the medical staff, the drastic cuts in electrical current and the failure of the generator that supplied the hospital do not support the patients. A C...
Le Nouvelliste, 128 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

0

A plainclothes policeman killed by brothers-in-arms at Pétion-Ville

A plainclothes policeman killed by brothers-in-arms at Pétion-Ville

Haiti

On the morning of Tuesday, April 9, 2019, officers of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) opened fire on another police officer. According to Gospel Monélus, Police Commissioner of Pétion-Ville, officers of a patrol reportedly asked an armed civilian to identify himself. When he took out his gun, the police reached him in the abdomen, said the commissioner. After seeing the victim's identification card and his firearm, the police officers assigned him to meet him.
Le Nouvelliste, 131 days ago

Predicted: Local

0

Jovenel Moïse names Jean Michel Lapin Prime Minister

Jovenel Moïse names Jean Michel Lapin Prime Minister

Haiti

Early Tuesday, April 8, the President of the Republic announced on his Twitter account the choice of Jean Michel Lapin as Prime Minister. "Following the consultations I had with the Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic, I appointed the citizen Jean Michel Lapin as new Prime Minister," said Jovenel Moses. The head of state made this choice after consulting, last Saturday, the presidents of the two branches of ...
Le Nouvelliste, 132 days ago

Predicted: Politics

0

The next prime minister will be Marjorie Alexandre Brunache, Jean Gabriel Fortuné or Jean Michel Lapin

The next prime minister will be Marjorie Alexandre Brunache, Jean Gabriel Fortuné or Jean Michel Lapin

Haiti

It is a short list with Marjorie Alexandre Brunache, unknown politician and only new personality, Jean Michel Lapin, connoisseur of the Haitian public administration where he has climbed all the ranks and Jean Gabriel Fortuné, former parliamentarian and close to all the former Presidents of the Republic of Aristide in Martelly, which President Jovenel Moïse retained this Saturday after consultations with the presidents of the two branches of Parliament.One of these tr ...
Le Nouvelliste, 134 days ago

Predicted: Politics

0

Out of stock of fuel, the town hall of Port-au-Prince will suspend the activities of collection of detritus

Out of stock of fuel, the town hall of Port-au-Prince will suspend the activities of collection of detritus

Haiti

The city of Port-au-Prince announced in a note that it will temporarily suspend its garbage collection activities because of a scarcity of petroleum products to power its trucks. However, the municipal administration says it intends to resume, as usual, its garbage collection activities, once the garbage trucks of the institution can be supplied normally with petroleum products.
Le Nouvelliste, 135 days ago

Predicted: Politics

0

Police operation at Marchand Dessalines to track down Arnel Joseph

Police operation at Marchand Dessalines to track down Arnel Joseph

Haiti

Two injured police officers, two emergency school children and several affected residents during an operation of several units of the national police this Thursday, April 4 at Marchand Dessalines. The operation was to capture the gang leader Arnel Joseph refugee in the department of Artibonite. The latter was noticed at the head of an armed troop at Poste Pierrot, 4th section of Marchand, according to a radio station in the capital.
Le Nouvelliste, 136 days ago

Predicted: Local

0

Reduction of the number of detainees in pre-trial detention

Reduction of the number of detainees in pre-trial detention

Haiti

"Prolonged pre-trial detention, which is part of the government's criminal policy, is not inevitable. Thus we draw the attention of the population to the gradual decline of prolonged pre-trial detention, thanks to a quota system established at the prosecutor's office, "said Paul Éronce Villard, who presented on Tuesday a summary of the work done at the prosecutor's office. Between December 18, 2018 and March 2019, the number of detainees dropped by four
Le Nouvelliste, 138 days ago

Predicted: Politics

0