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18/06/2021 12:13:34

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A camp for people with disabilities, burned down

On Thursday, the camp on the runway of the former civil air force housing special needs people was set on fire by unidentified armed individuals.

Elections : PM asks UN 17 million

Speaking Thursday at the United Nations Security Council, Prime Minister a.i Claude Joseph requested assistance of 17 million dollars for the organization of the next elections including the constitutional referendum. Recall that Haiti has already deposited 33 million dollars in the trust fund to finance the referendum and other electoral activities whose budget was stimulated by the Provisional Electoral Council at 125 million US https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33632-haiti-cep-where-is-the-financing-of-the-referendum-and-the-elections.html

Fake US visas : 2 crooks arrested

The named Johnson Louis and Roseberline Marcellus wanted by the Bureau of Financial and Economic Affairs for fraud, were arrested by the police from the Lascahobas police station (Dept. of the Center). They are part of a network that specializes in manufacturing fake US visas.

Arrest for mock kidnapping

The Central Direction of the Judicial Police (DCPJ) apprehended the named Chéry Fenguens for having faked his own kidnapping in order to pocket 9,000 US dollars that members of his family had entrusted to him to deposit in a bank account.

Covid : The Minister of Youth is better

The Communication Unit of the Ministry of Youth, informs that Minister Ronald Gérard D’Mézard tested positive for Covid-19 and admitted to Mirebalais University Hospital two weeks ago, is doing well. After a week of hospitalization due to breathing difficulties, the Minister, who no longer shows symptoms of the disease, finds himself in solitary confinement at home and performs his duties remotely with serenity and confidence.

Carrefour : Aid is reaching the displaced

To help the displaced people of Carrefour, UNICEF transported 720 hygiene kits, 700 jerry cans, 10,000 masks, 212 mattresses, 70 tarpaulins and medical items to support an integrated mobile health clinic.

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