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16/05/2021 11:54:12

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PNH : The gang leader “Divèskou” shot dead

Saturday morning a police operation involving several special units of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) was carried out in Cité 4 (Delmas 19) to dismantle a gang led by “Divèskou”. During this operation, the Chief “Divèskou” was killed during the exchange of fire with the police forces. Several suspected Gang members were arrested.

Media : Constitutional debate every day

“New Constitution, the debate is launched every day, from Monday, May 17, 2021, on all television channels, certain radio stations, most of the channels YouTube, Facebook. Follow, participate in the debates to make your positions known,” informed Mathias Pierre, Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister, in charge of electoral issues and relations with political parties.

The DG of the PNH trains with SWAT

Friday morning at the head of a team of the elite unit SWAT Special Weapons and Tactics Léon Charles, the Director General ai, of the National Police of Haiti PNH) . By this gesture, the Charles clearly wants to demonstrate his vision, to recommend to all commanders to get closer to their troops in order to strengthen the esprit de corps to protect and better serve the population.

Referendum / Elections

On Saturday a second shipment of materials for the referendum and the elections arrived. The first non-sensitive batch included 2,000 smart phones for the rapid transmission of results and computer equipment for the Voting Processing Center. The second sensitive batch contained documents intended for training.

Delmas implores the Lord for Haiti

Given the difficult situation in the country, several churches will be in prayer at the Municipal Palace of Delmas on Monday 17, Tuesday 18 May 2021 between 6:00 am and noon and Wednesday 19 May from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm In addition, the administration will remain functional while inviting interested employees to take part to implore the name of the Lord on behalf of our dear Haiti.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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