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02/09/2020 12:44:49

St-Marc : Students in the street

On Tuesday in order to continue to demand the presence of teachers in classrooms, public school students once again took to the streets in the city of Saint-Marc. These protest movements are often punctuated by acts of violence and sometimes targeted non-public schools.

The former PM Céant summoned by the ULCC

As part of its investigations into the loans of the ONAMART / ONAPHARMA program, whose mortgage contracts guaranteeing the loan have been signed by the Study of the Notary Céant, the Unit for the Fight Against Corruption (ULCC) convened the Notary and former Prime Minister Jean Henry Céant to answer questions and clarify certain gray areas in these contracts…

Violent student demonstration

Several hundred students demonstrated in downtown Port-au-Prince to denounce the assassination of Bâtonnier Me Dorval. A State Service car was set on fire, barricades of flaming tires were erected. Tensions and moments of panic among residents of the neighborhood.

Chancellor Joseph explains to the Core Group the climate of insecurity

Chancellor Claude Joseph, in correspondence to the Corp Group explains that “The current climate of insecurity is orchestrated and maintained by shameless interest groups” who do not want the holding of elections which oppose the decisions of the State making them lose considerable advantages on energy and fuels and finally those who do not want constitutional reform.

FNE and students with special needs

A working session was held between Joseph Frantz Nicolas Director General of the National Education Fund (FNE) and Ms. Soinette Désirla Secretary of State for the Integration of People Living with a Disability around the support that the FNE could provide young people and children with specific needs, on the occasion of the start of the school year for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Congratulations from Ambassador Hervé Denis

Hervé Denis the Ambassador of Haiti in Washington DC, recently spoke with Fabiana Pierre-Louis, the youngest woman to be confirmed and the first of color to sit on the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey, to congratulate her.

HL/ HaitiLibre