Haiti – News : Zapping…
Bloody land conflict, dozens killed
Several dozen people were reportedly killed and others injured and many houses were set on fire, as part of a violent land conflict in Fonds-Baptiste, 2nd communal section of Arcahaie. This information was confirmed by the interim executive agent of Arcahaie, Jean Edner Gilles. While reports indicate around fifty deaths, the communications manager of the municipal civil protection committee affirms that the toll would be heavier.
Threat of strike among standing Magistrates
In a correspondence addressed to the Minister of Justice and Public Security Emmelie Prophète Milcé, the Collectif des Magistrates Debout d’Haïti (COMADH) threatens to enter a strike from Monday, November 20, 2023, in the 5 courts of appeal, the 18 Courts of First Instance (TPI) and the special labor court. The Collective of Standing Magistrates demands social benefits and denounces the discrimination to which they are subject compared to seated magistrates (magistrate pronouncing court decisions).
The President of the UN General Assembly expected in Haiti
Dennis Francis, President of the UN General Assembly, is expected in Port-au-Prince on Monday, November 20. The publication of the names of the personalities targeted by the UN Sanctions Committee is imminent.
The former deputy of Les Cayes threatens the ULCC:/B>
Clovis Robas, former deputy of Cayes / Ile-à-Vache, accused by the Anti-Corruption Unit (ULCC) of misappropriation of heavy equipment from the National Equipment Center (CNE), threatens to cite the ULCC before the criminal court if within 8 clear days the institution has not retracted its accusations.
220th : Maria Isabel Salvador pays tribute to the Haitians
On this 220th anniversary of the Battle of Vertières, Maria Isabel Salvador, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, pays tribute to the spirit of freedom, resistance and combat of the Haitians. Faced with the current crisis, the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) renews its call to the driving forces of the Nation to overcome their differences and work united for Peace and sustainable development for all.
Thank you Taiwan
The Economic and Social Assistance Fund (FAES) supplied 100 community restaurants located in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince. As part of this operation, each community restaurant received 20 bags of rice, 10 boxes of salmon, 23 liters of oil, and 10 bags of beans. This distribution was carried out within the framework of the Haiti/Taiwan (Republic of China) partnership agreement for the financing of the “Kore PÈP” program.