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Haiti – News : Zapping…

05/05/2021 11:51:56

3 kidnappings per day


According to a study carried out by the crime observation cell of the Center for Analysis and Research in Human Rights (CARDH), in April at least 91 kidnappings were reported. The study points out that many kidnappings have not been reported, especially in Carrefour, Croix-des-Bouquets and Port-au-Prince, since the number of kidnappings can go beyond a hundred.

Port-au-Prince : 64 Mw more on June 4, 2021


The 64 megawatts of the new Carrefour power plant will supply the metropolitan network of Port-au-Prince from June 4, 2021, which will considerably increase the distribution of electric current announced Evenson Calixte Director General of the National Authority of Regulation of the Energy Sector (ANARSE).

Resuming of the teaching of Mandarin


“The teaching of Mandarin has resumed at the Académie Diplomatique Jean Price Mars with the arrival of new teacher Tania Tung. We are delighted that Taiwan will serve as a gateway for future Haitian diplomats who will discover the beauty of orthodox sinograms [Chinese characters]” informs the Embassy of Taiwan (Republic of China) in Haiti

Kidnapping : The PM accuses the radical opposition


Like President Jovenel Moïse, Prime Minister ai, Claude Joseph believes that there is a political motivation behind the cases of kidnapping which are multiplying across the country, pointing the finger at those who according to him cannot access the power through the ballot box promising to put them out of harm’s way.

Barahona : 390 birth certificates in one day


Mrs. Thérèse Longchamp, Head of Post of the Consulate of Haiti in Barahona in the Dominican Republic congratulated the archives section and the clerics for having issued 390 birth certificates in one day and encouraged them to do even better given the considerable number of requests

Port-de-Paix : Power plant


The work related to the Saline power plant (commune of Port-de-Paix) is ​​progressing rapidly. Technicians are working on finalizing the electricity network. The generators are interconnected. The power plant is scheduled to start up very soon.

HL/ HaitiLibre