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02/05/2021 12:18:43

The Bélizaire case in court of appeal


The case of the former deputy Arnel Bélizaire accused among other things of illegal possession of weapons of war, Conspiracy against the internal security of the State, and two of his accomplices Garry Philemond, Markenton Esteril and others will be heard at the Court of Appeal of Port-au-Prince, May 3, 2021. See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-31295-haiti-justice-former-deputy-belizaire-faces-a-maximum-sentence-of-15-years-in-prison.html

PNH : reshuffle


Wency Bien-Aimé replaces Inspector General Marc Wilkens Jean as Central Director of Administration and General Services of the Haitian National Police


Inspector General Berson Soljour replaces Divisional Commissioner Ludwige Bertrand as the new Director of the Department of Prison Administration (DAP).

Morne Chien : Monitoring of road works


4.5 km long, the hydraulic concrete pavement work on the “Morne Chien” section of road linking Baie-de-Haine and Bombadopolis (lower North-West) has already been carried out over approximately 3 km. The workers and technicians are hard at work in order to achieve the objective set as soon as possible, informs the Ministry of Public Works.

Haiti – Spain : Culinary cooperation


Thursday April 20, the Ambassador of Haiti to the Kingdom of Spain Louis Marie Montfort Saintil met Chef Roberto Capone, around projects to promote Haitian gastronomy in Spain and a possible collaboration with the Hotel School of Haiti

A woman spokesperson for the PNH


Inspector Garry Desrosiers after spending more than 15 years as Spokesperson for the National Police of Haiti (PNH) was transferred to the Central Directorate of the Judicial Police (DCPJ) and replaced by Inspector General Marie Michelle Verrier.

20 women trained in the “Farmer Field School” approach


20 women, members of women’s associations in the commune of Belle-Anse, in the South-East department of Haiti, were trained by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on Champ École Paysan (CEP) approach so that they become facilitators. They will put into practice the knowledge acquired on the FFS approach, which is a participatory learning process, to improve their income-generating activities focused on food processing and marketing. FAO is committed to continuing to support the Ministry for the Status of Women in its mission to empower Haitian women socio-economically.

HL/ HaitiLibre