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Haitian Times News Roundup – Sept. 13

New York

Carrié Solages Pleads Guilty To Disorderly Conduct

Nassau County Legislator Carrié Solages, a Democrat from Elmont, pleaded guilty to two disorderly conduct violations in a Hempstead court on Sept. 12, and was ordered to take part in a 26-week batterers’ intervention class and submit to drug testing. Continue reading

Haiti

Construction Of Electricity Grid Project In Haiti To Begin

Construction of an electricity grid in Taiwan’s Caribbean ally Haiti is expected to begin before the end of this year, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) official said Thursday. Continue reading

Still waiting…

More than a month after his appointment Prime Minister Jean Henry Céant is waiting for the parliamentary procedure relating to the ratification of his general policy statement. In recent days, parliamentarians were waiting for certain documents from the tax authorities and the administrative court as part of the analysis of the ministers’ files. Senator Lambert reveals that some documents had been sent earlier this week to the Senate but suggested that the investigations were not completed. Continue reading

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Haiti is all for it.

The CCIH unreservedly supports the request for accountability on the Petrocaribe agreement and welcomes the announcement by the Superior Court of Audit and Administrative Disputes of its decision to carry out an impartial audit of all projects financed by the funds from that agreement. The Chamber also hopes that the social organs of ONA and OFATMA can also benefit from such look. Continue reading

Can he be trusted even when he is not sworn but just calls himself a prophet?

The Director of the Ministry of Cults has stated that the “Church of the Envoys of God” headed by Mackenson Dorilas is not registered in any ministry register. The “prophet”, by the way, is not sworn. “For the moment, we can not take any decision against this church since the prophet Mackenson was not present at the meeting,” said the DG of the Ministry of Cults. The ministry will make its decision only after meeting the person who has proposed a recipe based on bedbugs and matches as a treatment for AIDS. Continue reading

Nice Simon heard in front of Croix-des-Bouquets prosecutor’s office.

The Anti-Corruption Unit asked the government commissioner at the Croix-des-Bouquets civil court to take public action against the president of the Tabarre municipal council. ULCC officials say the mayor refuses to collaborate and gives them copies of checks from eight City Hall employees and 16-person daily attendance lists from October 2015 to January 2016. Continue reading

The more people are educated, the less they get HIV.

“In women, the prevalence is highest in Artibonite and Southeast, while in Centre it is the lowest. For men, it is in the Northern Department that the prevalence is highest and in Centre it is the lowest, “said the report of the EMMUS-VI.

“The prevalence is slightly lower among urban women than among rural women. In contrast, among men aged between 15-49, HIV prevalence is slightly higher in urban than in rural areas. The study also emphasizes that the educational level of the population is a determining factor in the spread of the virus. Continue reading

Haitians in America

Haitians In America: Artists Celebrates Mother Nature And Women

Pierre Jean-Louis is Haitian born, but New Jersey raised artist. He uses his artwork to convey beauty, passion, strength and women empowerment. Through culture and personal struggles, Jean-Louis finds inspiration. Continue reading

 

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September 13, 2018

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