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Haiti – News : Zapping…

08/01/2021 11:01:05

2 police officers kidnapped


Wednesday evening at the Gonaïves station (North entrance to Port-au-Prince) 2 agents of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) assigned to the Motorized Intervention Brigade (BIM) were kidnapped by unidentified individuals. This is the 5th and 6th police kidnapping since the beginning of the year…

NOTICE to travelers to the Dom. Rep.


From February 1, 2021, by order of the General Directorate of Migration (DGM) of the Dominican Republic, all passengers leaving or entering the country of Dominican nationality or foreigners must digitally complete the E-Ticket form via the link https://eticket.migracion.gob.do/Home/ This form replaces all physical customs and migration forms that are required so far.

André Michel rejects the electoral calendar


Thursday Me André Michel, leader of the radical opposition movement known as “Democratic and Popular” rejected the Electoral Calendar of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32719-haiti-flash-complete-calendar-of-all-electoral-operations-2020-2022-official.html sticking to its positions that the mandate of President Jovenel will end in February 2021…

Resumption of the clerks’ strike


The National Association of Haitian Registrars (ANAGH) announces the resumption, from Tuesday January 12, 2021, of the strike of clerks, across the 18 jurisdictions of the country, in order to continue demanding better working conditions. ANAGH calls on the Ministry of Justice to respect the agreement, concluded with Anagh in 2017, according to which the ministry had promised, during the fiscal year of 2018, to grant the clerks of debit cards, gradually increase their salaries and grant an insurance card to each clerk indiscriminately…

Warning: Siren and flashing light/B>


The Haitian National Police (PNH) and the Direction de la Circulation et de la Police Routière (DCPR), remind motorists that the use of sirens and flashing lights is regulated and that their unauthorized use exposes the motorist to harm. sanctions up to the confiscation of the vehicle for legal consequences in accordance with articles 148 and 152 of the decree of 26 May 2006.

US $ 45 million in aid for the food and health crisis


The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO – Haiti) new response plan to the food and health crisis for 2021 targets 675,000 people, with an estimated cost of US $ 45 million to limit the socioeconomic impact of Covid-19 on the livelihoods of vulnerable households.

HL/ HaitiLibre