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23/10/2020 12:23:48

Petit-Goâve : The Bac blocked

Thursday in Petit-Goâve the exams of the single and permanent Bac have been blocked. The students of the seat of Petit-Goâve demonstrated in the streets, protesting against the tests of mathematics, biology and geology. They believe that these exams are too difficult and do not reflect the minimum program proposed by the Ministry of National Education… HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondent Petit-Goâve)

Carrefour : The owner of TITI LOTTO, kidnapped

On the evening of October 20, 2020 Wolf Hall, the owner of “TITI LOTTO borlette”, was kidnapped in the Carrefour commune. “T-lapli” the Gang Leader of Grande Ravine claimed responsibility for this kidnapping on the radio waves of the capital.

Discussion with Air France

Thursday, representatives of the Consulate General of Haiti in Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) met with the Regional Director and the Commercial Director of Air France as part of the steps taken to facilitate the resumption of flights between the French Antilles and Haiti.

EU : Elections, conditions not met

The Ambassador of the European Union (EU) in Port-au-Prince, Sylvie Tabesse said on a radio station of the capital that the conditions were not yet met to organize elections in the country, in particular due to socio-political insecurity and instability, and which Europe was waiting for before committing financially to supporting the electoral process.

Elections : The PM discusses with BINUH

This week, Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe met with Helen La Lime, the Head of BINUH on subjects of national interest including security, the organization of the next elections and United Nations support for Haiti.

Japan : Construction of 90 classrooms and 12 schools

Thursday, October 22, Mitsuaki Mizuno, Ambassador of Japan accredited to Haiti, met with Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet, Minister of National Education to discuss Japanese cooperation in the education sector. The Younger Minister reiterated his thanks to the Japanese people for building 90 classrooms in 12 primary and secondary schools in the Center and Artibonite departments, which are scheduled to open shortly.

HL/ HaitiLibre