Haiti – News : Zapping…
A young doctor kidnapped
On Saturday, David Thélémaque, a young doctor who was on his way to work at the Hospital of the State University of Haiti (HUEH) was kidnapped at the Champ de Mars.
“No elections with Moïse” says André Michel
Reacting to a statement by Audain Fils Bernadel, Minister of the Interior who referred to legislative elections in 2021, Me André Michel Spokesman for the radical opposition of the so-called “democratic and popular” movement declared “No Mr. Audain Fils Bernadel , there will be no elections in 2021 with Jovenel Moise in power. His constitutional mandate will end on February 7, 2021. The Solution to the Crisis requires a responsible and balanced political transition ‘Batay la ap kontinye !'”
The Mayor of Carrefour standing with the police
“Safety is the only municipal collective good that we will never agree to negotiate because it is about protecting the lives of my citizens, which is the first of the responsibilities of a mayor. We must put our valiant and heroic police more in confidence by giving them the necessary means in the accomplishment of their mission. The population also has a big role to play in sharing information useful to the police authorities. Hats off to you !” declared Jude Édouard Pierre mayor of Carrefour…
EDH promises power
“I am pleased to inform subscribers in the Western Metropolitan Area that the fuel issue was resolved yesterday [Friday, November 27]. Electricité d’Haiti (EDH) hopes to restore production to the level of 90 Mw in order to be able to supply more circuits and increase the number of hours of supply,” said Michel Présumé, Director General of EDH.
Haiti-Japan, academic exchanges
This week, the Ambassador of Haiti to Japan, Helph Monod Honorat, had an excellent meeting with Professor Kiyohiro HOUKIN President of the University of Hokkaido (considered one of the best universities in Japan). The discussions focused on the possibilities of supporting cooperation and academic exchanges with Haitian universities, particularly in the fields of agriculture, climate change and civil engineering.
Montreal : Consul Dorvilier visits the House of Haiti
The Consul General of Haiti in Montreal, Fritz Dorvilier, during a courtesy visit, met with Marjorie Villefrance Director General of the House of Haiti and its Deputy Director, Guerda Amazan. Consul Dorvilier, said he was pleasantly surprised by the variety and quality of social services offered by this non-profit association, created in 1972 and took the opportunity to congratulate and thank Maison D’Haïti (Created in 1972) for his invaluable commitment to the benefit of the Haitian community…