Haiti – News : Zapping…
Dr. Yghor Myrtho Figaro, freed by his captors
Dr. Yghor Myrtho Figaro kidnapped Monday, October 5 in Diquini 63, (Carrefour neighborhood) by unidentified individuals, while he was about to return home, was released by his captors Thursday, October 8 in the evening, according to a source close to his family. It is not known whether he was released for ransom.
Justice : a first in the history of Haiti
On Friday, lawyers from the Port-au-Prince Bar Association voted unanimously for Me Marie Suzy Legros as Bâtonnière to replace the cowardly murdered Me Monferrier Dorva. This is the first time in history that a woman lawyer has been elected to this post.
Fight against smuggling : Customs determined
On the sidelines of the new fiscal year, the challenges are considerable. Conscious of its strategic role in collecting revenue for the State, Customs is more determined than ever to step up its fight against smuggling.
Launch of the Youth Entrepreneurship Forum
On Friday 9th at the Cap-Haitien Town Hall show, Mayor Patrick Almonor on behalf of the City Council and in his own name, officially launched the first edition of the Municipal Forum on Youth Entrepreneurship (FOMEJ) https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-31920-icihaiti-cap-haitien-forum-on-youth-entrepreneurship-registrations-open.html . The various activities of the FOMEJ will take place on October 10 and 11, 2020, in the premises of the Town Hall, located at rue 20 FG, around the theme “Town Hall of Cap-Haitien : business opportunity and wealth creation” .
PetroCaribe : The PM did not present to the Senate
According to Senator Patrice Dumont, contrary to what circulated in the media, Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe has shunned the invitation of the Senate which wanted to give them the last 2 PetroCaribe reports so that he can send them to justice for them. legal consequences.
Henry Christophe : invitation to all Haitians
As part of the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the death of Henry Christophe the Builder King, Senator Jean-Marie Ralph Fethière “invites all Haitians to follow in the footsteps of this Hero who was a visionary, a liberator, a man who great sense of responsibility who saw the big picture.”