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17/04/2021 12:08:04

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Two young men killed in Delmas 32

Thursday April 15 at Delmas 32, two young boys whose identities have not been communicated were shot dead by unidentified individuals for unknown reasons…

Saint-Pierre Church : Denial of the PNH

The National Police of Haiti (PNH) denies the allegations according to which it would have used tear gas inside the Saint-Pierre church (P├ętion-ville) during a mass for the religious victims of the kidnapping in the Ganthier area. The police officers of this jurisdiction reacted instead against acts of vandalism perpetrated by activists who disrupted the conduct of mass, provoked the police and set fire to a vehicle parked in front of the town hall.

Warning strike in fundamental classes

The Fundamental Teachers’ Group for Renewed Education through New and Solidarity Actions (REFERANS) announces a warning strike from April 19 to 23, 2021, to condemn acts of criminality. This strike will affect the fundamental classes of the Basic School of Application and Pedagogical Support Center (EFACAP) and of the national schools in particular.

Japan : Screening of the film “Ti Toya”

As part of the celebration of the month of La Francophonie 2021 honoring Francophone women, the Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Japan screened the short film “Ti Toya” by Haitian director Michel Dessources Jr. This film highlights the resilience and courage of Haitian women in a cinematographic epic, in memory of a mythical character in the history of Haiti, “Grann Toya”, grandmother of Jean Jacques Dessalines, the father of the Haitian Nation.

The Ministerial cabinet unchanged

“The Ministerial cabinet has not changed, all the members of the resigning Government are only liquidating current affairs, pending the arrival of a new government team resulting from the dialogue initiated by the Head of State with political actors;” Frantz Exantus Secretary of State for Communication

Security: The new PM ai heads his first CSPN Council

Prime Minister a.i, Claude Joseph, headed his first Superior Council of the National Police (CSPN) on Thursday. Growing insecurity, especially kidnappings, the main concerns of the population, and the urgent measures to be taken to deal with them quickly and effectively, were at the heart of the Agenda

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