Haiti – News : Zapping…
Individuals on motorbike open fire on passers-by
On Saturday 3 October at Delmas 83, unidentified individuals riding a motorbike opened fire on passers-by before fleeing, leaving at least 2 injured, including a police officer, who were rushed to hospital.
Former Deputy Tardieu is launching a new political movement
Saturday the former deputy of Pétion-ville Jerry Tardieu, opponent to the power in place, launched in front of several hundred sympathizers, a new political movement named “En Avant” (Forward), specifying “it is not an electoral movement, it is a movement to change Haiti” note that of the 18 personalities leading the movement, 3 are women.
Cap-Haitien : The dean of the TPI renewed
Me Jean Ralph Prevost Dean of the Court of First Instance (TPI) of Cap-Haitien has been reappointed by the Superior Council of the Judicial Power (CSPJ)
Gunshot death of student Saint-Hilaire, strong reactions :
President Jovenel Moïse :
“The death of the student Grégory Saint-Hilaire arouses the indignation of all. I reaffirm my faith in the principle of the right to life for every citizen. My sympathies to the family of the very late. An investigation is underway to shed light on this death which is one too many.”
Ministry of National Education :
The Ministry of National Education learned with dismay of the tragic death of the student Grégory Saint-Hilaire, on Friday October 2 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-31955-haiti-flash-a-student-shot-dead-smear-of-the-palace-security-officers.html . The Ministry asks the authorities to carry out an investigation in order to determine the circumstances of this tragedy and “expresses its sympathies to the families of the victim, to his relatives and to all his friends as well as to the entire team of the Ecole normale supérieure affected by this tragic death.”
The Directorate of the École Normale Supérieure (ENS) :
The Directorate condemns in the strongest terms the death of the student Grégory Saint Hilaire killed by agents of the General Security Unit of the National Palace (USGPN) on the premises of the ENS. The Management is deeply affected by this act and expresses its sympathies to the family and friends of Grégory Saint Hilaire.
The Government Commissioner near the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince asked Dr. Armal Demorcy, Director of the Medico-Legal Institute to proceed with the extraction of the projectile(s) and the autopsy of the student Grégory Saint-Hilaire.