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01/07/2021 11:35:21

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Massacre of Delmas 32 : Messages of sympathy

Haiti – FLASH: Carnage in Delmas 32, at least 15 dead, the PNH accuses “Fantôme 509”: https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34110-haiti-flash-carnage-in-delmas-32-at-least-15-dead-the-pnh-accuses-fantome-509.html

Rockefeller Vincent, Minister of Justice :

“Our sincere condolences to the parents and families of the victims of the serial assassinations that occurred last night in the capital by the artisans of chaos. We also share the pain of the Press and the feminist sector. These heinous crimes will not go unpunished. The DG of the PNH and the Commissioner of the Government of Port-au-Prince have been instructed to identify and prosecute the killers to be tried with the utmost rigor. ‘Gouvènman an lage koukouwouj dèyè enpinite ak kriminalite òganize’.”

Pradel Henriquez, Minister of Communication :

Minister Pradel Henriquez, learned of the double assassination of Journalists Diego Charles and Antoinette Duclair on the night of June 29 to 30, that of police officer Guerby Geffrard, spokesperson for the SPNH17 Union and the real terrorist massacre that was orchestrated on the population where a dozen people, according to the press, were killed. Henriquez says he is “revolted and condemns all these assassinations unworthy of a peaceful and civilized people.” […] Diego Charles and Antoinette Duclair are too many victims of this infernal machine which sows terror and mourning within both Haitian families and the corporation of journalists “The Minister presents his sympathies to the parents or families of all victims of the carnage of June 30, in particular to those of the Journalists, Diego Charles and Antoinette Duclair, sympathies also to radio vision 2000, to Gazette Haiti, and to all the press afflicted by this mourning.”

Charlot Jacquelin Secretary of State for Youth :

Charlot Jacqulin Jr. Secretary of State for Youth said he was “deeply distressed and dismayed by the news of the massacre” in the working-class districts of Delmas 32 and Christ-Roi, including the double assassination of radio journalist Diego Charles vision 2000 and the young political activist Antoinette Duclair alias “Netty”. “He renews his solidarity with relatives, relatives, friends, collaborators and relatives of the victims of these unacceptable acts, without forgetting the youth, conscious and militant, Haitians directly affected by them.”

Frantz Exantus, Secretary of State for Communication :

Frantz Exantus Secretary of State for Communication learned with deep emotion the double crime committed on journalist Diego Charles, of radio Vision 2000, and activist Antoinette Duclair on the evening of Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at Rue Acacia (Christ-Roy) https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34110-haiti-flash-carnage-in-delmas-32-at-least-15-dead-the-pnh-accuses-fantome-509.html While bowing to the departure of this press worker, offers his sincere condolences to his family, friends and collaborators at Vision 2000. These condolences also extend to the family of Antoinette Duclair, a dynamic and dedicated young woman who had engaged in active politics to serve his country.


The brutal executions of activist Marie Antoinette Duclaire and journalist Diego Charles are shocking and unacceptable. The United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) expresses its condolences to the families of all the victims of the violence that occurred in Delmas 32 and Christ-Roi last night, and calls on the authorities to immediately take the necessary measures to prosecute the perpetrators of these heinous crimes and to ensure the protection of citizens.

State of health emergency extended by 15 days

Faced with the increase in the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in the country, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34101-haiti-flash-172-dead-since-the-start-of-the-3rd-wave.html the Government has decided to extend the state of health emergency from Wednesday June 30, for a period of 15 days.

Canadian Embassy closed

The Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Canada is informing the general public and the Haitian community in particular that its offices are closed this Thursday, July 1, 2021 for the celebration of Canada Day. Activities will resume on Friday July 2, 2021.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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