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Petit-Goâve : Police shooting, a young person wounded by a bullet
This Monday, November 9, 2020, young people blocked the RN #2 and certain streets of Petit-Goâve to protest and express their solidarity with Gérald Jean who was shot and wounded by a police officer. Gérald Jean, who is currently receiving treatment at Notre Dame Hospital, told Radio Préférence that Jerry Leconte the Chief of the Municipal Police had shot him on Sunday evening and that he had been injured in his left leg. For his part, Jerry Leconte spoke of self-defense “I reacted like this because the guy in question was drunk and he made threats against me” he said while deciding to take charge of the victim, who rejected the policeman’s version. HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondent Petit-Goâve)
The BRH injects US $15 millions
After injecting $ 12 million into the foreign exchange market on November 3 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32237-haiti-news-zapping.html the Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) injected 15 other millions in the foreign exchange market to support the available supply. This amount is distributed and sold on the market according to the conditions set by the Central Bank.
The light returns to Dondon after 16 years of darkness
Dondon will be lit again on November 11 for the patronal feast of St Martin de Tours (after 16 years without electricity) thanks to the setting up of the hybrid power plant (solar and diesel) and the construction of the distribution network “I’m happy to announce to our customers in Dondon that from November 11, 2020, the city will be lit again. The work is completed and the past weekend https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32250-haiti-news-zapping.html , we carried out tests on the network” declared Michel Présumé, Director Général of the Electricity of Haiti (EDH).
Michel Martelly, sponsor of the “Pharus” Promotion
“I am delighted to have been chosen to be the Sponsor of the ‘Pharus’ promotion of Lycée Alexandre Pétion, a benchmark establishment, which stands out for the leadership and values instilled in its students throughout their academic career. I am proud of my godchildren and I wish them much success !” ex President Michel Martelly.
The Mayor of Delmas in Gonaïves
As part of his visit to Gonaïves last week, the Mayor of Delmas, Me Wilson Jeudy not only helped with the cleanliness of his hometown but he also attended the solemn mass of the parish of St Charles Borromée, a Eucharistic celebration which was chaired by Mgr Yves-Marie Péan around the theme “tankou St Charles Borromée, an’n travay pou yon legliz pi fò nan anonse levanjil”.