Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup – Oct. 26

Haiti

Naomi OSAKA expected in Haiti from Nov. 6th to 10th

The US Open champion, Naomi OSAKA, will visit Haiti from November 6th to 10th. Preparations are underway at the level of the Ministries of Tourism and Culture, to offer a warm welcome to our compatriot who won the first Grand Slam title last September. During her stay in Haiti Naomi OSAKA, will visit the National Pantheon Museum (MUPANAH) and Citadelle Laferrière. Continue reading

Government in panic crisis over Petrocaribe case, says Gary Bodeau

Gary Bodeau believes that the government did not need the street pressure to demand companies that had received money for work they did not realize to complete or hand over the money. “The government could have done it before,” he says.

“I have no problem with Jean-Henry Céant who seems to want to end the PetroCaribe trial. However, some initiatives are very similar to politics, “said the parliamentarian. Continue reading

United Nations Missions in Support of Haitian Justice is staying away from the PetroCaribe case.

The head of the Minujusth, Hellène La Lime, strives to avoid the Petrocaribe case that mobilizes the powers of the state, political leaders, civil society actors, economic operators and public opinion. This issue, is not a priority for the United Nations Mission in Support of Haitian Justice (Minujusth).
Hellène La Lime is sticking to her mission as defined by the Security Council. There is no question of UN collaboration in the Petrocaribe issue, the UN Mission intends to continue its assistance to the prison system and the criminal chain. Continue reading

Inflation is over 14% in September in Haiti

The Haitian Institute of Statistics and Informatics (IHSI) indicates in its latest report that the General Consumer Price Index once again shows an increase in inflation of more than 1.5% on a monthly basis in September 2018. Year-on-year inflation was up to 14.6%. This increase is 0.2% higher than the rate of 14.4% anticipated by the monetary authorities. Continue reading

Haitian Govt provides protection for the investigating judge, Ramoncite Accimé

Prime Minister announced on the weekly program called ” Les Jeudis Petro(Petro Thursdays)”, that an armored car and security guards were made available to the judge in charge of the case, Ramoncite Accimé.
Through this approach, the Government aims to facilitate the smooth running of the case at the level of justice. “I renew the commitment of my Government to put means at the disposal of justice,” declared Jean Henry Céant, Haitian Prime Minister. Continue reading

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Oct. 26, 2018

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