Haiti – News : Zapping…
Johnny Descolines freed by his captors
The former international player of the Grenadiers national team, Johnny Descolines aka “Le Maestro”, kidnapped Wednesday evening, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32107-haiti-flash-the-international-player-johnny-descollines-kidnapped.html was released safe and sound by his kidnappers on Friday 23 October. No information has been communicated on the payment of a ransom…
46 kg of marijuana seized at Cotard 58
Thursday, October 22 around 7:00 a.m., as part of Operation “Terminator I”, the Central Directorate of the Judicial Police (DCPJ) carried out a major search at Cotard 58 in the town of Croix-des-Bouquets. The agents of the Brigade for the Fight against Illicit Drug Trafficking (BLTS) raided the home of the so-called Jean Walker Doucet where seizures were made including 46.42 kg of marijuana, money and several vehicles among others…
The file of Emmanuel “Toto” Constant reconstructed
Emmanuel “Toto” Constant’s case was finally reconstructed thanks to documents provided by several human rights organizations. The information was confirmed by the Commissioner of the Government of Gonaïves, Me Sérard Gazius, who indicated that the case will be transferred to the dean of the civil court. The former commander of the paramilitary group FRAPH is due to stand trial in criminal court for his involvement in the Raboteau massacre, which left many dead and injured.
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Port-de-Paix : Construction of an electric power plant
On Friday, Michel Présumé, Director General of Electricity of Haiti (EDH) paid a supervisory visit to Port-de-Paix to assess the progress of construction work on the new thermal power plant that will supply the Communes of Port-de-Paix, Bassin Bleu, Chansolme, Saint-Louis-du-Nord and Anse-à-Foleur.
The PM discusses with the private sector
Friday, October 23, Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe met with the Presidents of the employers’ associations Amcham Haiti, CCIH, ADIH and CFHC and representatives of private sector companies to discuss certain economic measures taken by the Government to improve the living conditions of the population and see how to better collaborate.
Justice : Important meeting with prosecutors
Thursday Rockefeller Vincent, the Minister of Justice chaired an important meeting with the Government Commissioner and Substitute Government Commissioners of the Court of First Instance of Port au Prince. This meeting, which brought together about twenty prosecutors, was the opportunity for the Minister to instruct all prosecutors to work tirelessly to fight crime, land insecurity and prolonged preventive detention.