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“Jovenel Moïse lived among traitors”
According to Joverlin Moïse, one of the children of the late president who gave a speech for the occasion on behalf of the presidential family, Jovenel Moïse lived among traitors and died because of his ideas.
World tennis star Naomi Osaka of Haitian descent lit the Olympic flame
Friday July 23, the world #2 of tennis, the Japanese Naomi Osaka proud of her Haitian origin [by her father], last torchbearer of the Olympic torch, lit the cauldron at the Olympic Stadium, which now shines in Tokyo, the host city of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, until the end of these Games, on the evening of Sunday 8 August. During two weeks of competition 11,090 athletes from all over the world (206 delegations) will compete for the 339 titles at stake, in 33 sports disciplines. Also note that during the opening ceremony of the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, judokate Sabiana Anestor and boxer Plast Darrell Valsain were the flag bearers of the Haitian delegation https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34263-haiti-tokyo-2021-6-haitian-athletes-in-competition-calendar.html
34 years ago, on July 23, 1987, the massacre of more than a hundred small peasants from Jean-Rabel and Beauchamps (North-West), members of the grouping took place “Tèt Ansanm” by a group of men in the service of large landowners.
Funeral : Tributes to the President
Canada and UN :
Canada shares the mourning of the Haitian people in these difficult times. Today, Canadian Ambassadors to Haiti Stuart Savage and to the UN Bob Rae attended the state funeral of President Moïse, a testament to our deep commitment to the people of Haiti.
Ambassador of Haiti in London :
“May your dreams serve as the sap to revive the tree of democracy, peace, and coexistence in Haiti. Farewell dear President,” Euvrard Saint Amand, Ambassador of Haiti in London.
Ex P.M. Claude Joseph :
“Rest in Peace, President Jovenel Moise. Haiti has not only lost a president, a family has lost their husband and father. The circumstances of your death leave a dark shadow hanging over our country. We will continue to work to bring those responsible to justice,” Former Prime Minister Claude Joseph and Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Henry Government
Ex President Michel Martelly :
“Rest in Peace my brother Jovenel Moïse. Still bruised by your premature departure, wisdom and personal convenience, I had to renounce the duty of accompanying you with dignity to your last resting place. You left before us. You will stay with us,” Michel Martelly See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34291-haiti-politic-moving-tribute-of-michel-martelly-to-jovenel-moise-video.html
Louise Mushikiwabo, Secretary General of the OIF :
Louise Mushikiwabo, Secretary General of the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF) joins the Haitian people to pay tribute to President Jovenel Moïse, cowardly assassinated on July 7, whose national funeral was held on Friday July 23, 2021 and calls on the populations calm on this day of mourning.