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The town hall of Petit-Goâve set on fire
During the night from Thursday 26 to Friday 27 November, unidentified individuals partially set fire to the town hall of Petit-Goâve. Significant material damage was recorded, in particular all documents and materials from the tax department went up in smoke. Let’s recall that the Town Hall of Petit-Goâve has been the victim on several occasions of malicious acts and vandalism by thugs who circulate in peace in the city. More than one wondered where the municipal police went ? HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondent Petit-Goâve).
3 days of prayers against insecurity
The Episcopal Conference of Haiti (CEH) announced three days of fasting and prayers, on December 5, 6 and 7, for the deliverance of the country from the infernal machine of programmed insecurity and the impunity therein install. The Catholic bishops call on the population, especially the Christians of the ten dioceses, not to lose hope.
Modest holiday season for the State
With reference to the decree of April 5, 2017 relating to the State’s lifestyle https://www.haitilibre.com/docs/Arrete-relatif-Train-de-vie-de-letat-5-avril-2017.pdf with a view to rationalizing public expenditure and for better cash management ? all Authorizing Officers of the Public Administration will ensure that end-of-year expenditure is limited to the strict essentials. As a result, orders for end-of-year gifts, including Christmas baskets or baskets, expensive greeting cards and the organization of lavish parties at the expense of the administration are prohibited.
Crisis : The Episcopal Conference could be a mediator IF…
Friday at a press conference, the Episcopal Conference of Haiti (CEH) did not rule out the possibility of playing the role of mediator for a way out of the crisis IF among others, all parties are sincere and have a sense of sacrifice for the Nation.
Les Cayes : inauguration of the new office of the Human Rights Office
This week took place in Cayes the inauguration of the new office of the Human Rights Office in Haiti (BDHH) in the presence of representatives of the Swiss Embassy in Haiti, justice actors, organizations and institutions involved in human rights.
Congratulations from the Consulate of Montreal
The Consulate General of the Republic of Haiti in Montreal would like to congratulate Professor Samuel Pierre, another Haitian star who continues to shine in the Quebec sky, who was awarded the Grand Prix for professional excellence from the Order of Engineers of Quebec (OIQ) during the 2020 edition See also : https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-32402-icihaiti-quebec-professor-samuel-pierre-awarded-the-oiq-grand-prize-for-excellence.html