Haiti – News : Zapping…
Covid : Carrefour plant suspended for 10 days
Thursday, June 10, Evenson Calixte Director General of the National Regulatory Authority for the Energy Sector (ANARSE) informed that “6 people have tested positive for Covid-19 on the site of the new Carrefour power plant. The work was suspended for 10 days. On the same day performance tests were successfully carried out on the two turbines, which will soon produce 60 Mw.”
Qatar 2022: Duckens Nazon absent against Canada ?
Striker Duckens Nazon, replaced with an injury in the 58′ during the match against Nicaragua [1-0] in favor of Haiti https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-33928-icihaiti-qatar-2022-qualifiers-victory-of-the-grenadiers-%5b1-0%5d-against-nicaragua-video.html could not participate in the 2nd eliminatory phase in the match against Canada, Saturday June 12 at the Sylvio Cator stadium, Nazon seems not to be be comfortable with his left leg…
Martissant : The PNH regains control
Thursday, June 10, Léon Charles, the Director General ai of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in a press conference declared that following the clashes of armed gangs, the National Police had taken steps to allow the resumption of the traffic in the Martissant area, its surroundings and the National Road #2. Administrative police units are deployed at Portail-Léogane up to 1st avenue Bolosse. The areas from Martissant to Fontamara are controlled by specialized units, equipped with armored vehicles that move back and forth to ensure the safety of users on this section of road.
Referendum : reaction to the US position
Reacting to the position of the American Administration which pronounces against the referendum https://www.haitilibre.com/article-33944-haiti-actualite-zapping.html, Mathias Pierre, the Minister in charge of electoral matters estimated on a radio station that as a sovereign country, “only the Haitian people will have to decide their destiny through a referendum to reject or adopt a new Constitution”.
COVID : Eddy Jackson Alexis’ wife passed away
Thursday, June 10 in the morning, Esther Dorestal Alexis (38) the wife of the former Secretary of State for Communication died from a complication linked to Covid-19 after 10 days of hospitalization at Delmas hospital 2.
“I extend my sympathies to former Secretary of State Eddy Jackson Alexis who has just lost his wife. Condolences and courage to the family and loved ones of the deceased,” Frantz Exantus, Secretary of State for Communication. The Office of the Secretary of State for Communication associates to the pain of all those terribly affected by this disappearance in particular, her husband Eddy Jackson Alexis, her family as well as her friends and collaborators.