PHTK Senators bothered by Investigation of president elect
National – Four senators have written to the president of the assembly to ask for an investigation of possible money laundering of president elect Jovenel Moise to be completed before he takes the oath of office on Feb. 7. Nahoome Marcellus, senator PHTKiste of the North, said that he saw this move as a political maneuver.
Former Batey workers threaten to block commercial arteries in Santo Domingo
Dozens of former cane cutters, grouped in the Union of Workers of the cane cutters Bateys (UTC), conducted a sit-in Monday, January 16, 2017 before the Dominican National Palace to demand that the government of President Danilo Medina pays their pension to about 3000 elderly people who have spent most of their lives cutting cane in the bateys
The Champ de Mars finally clean, Vendors are dislodged
As promised, the mayor of Port-au-Prince is on the offensive. The Champ de Mars is cleared of vehicle washers as well as barbeque dealers, soft drinks and ice cream mobiles. Few private cars are stationed in the streets crossing the squares. By will or strength, the merchants, backed up, complied with the directives of Mayor Ralph Yuri Chevry.
Duckens Nazon signs in England
The striker of the Haitian national football team, Duckens Nazon, joined Wolverhampton on Thursday for the end of the 2016-2017 season. The amount of the commitment of the Haitian striker was not revealed all the more as the former player of Laval in Ligue 2 in France who returns from a brief freelance to the Kerala Blasters in India was without a contract.
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