President Maduro and 29 personalities banned in Haiti
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, as part of diplomatic efforts to force the leader of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro, to leave office, the delegates of 13 of the 15 member countries of the Inter-American Treaty of Mutual Assistance including Haiti, decided to ban 29 Venezuelan authorities from traveling within their borders and to carry out banking transactions on the territory of the 15 member countries. This is the 3rd time that Haiti has taken a stand against the Maduro regime. Continue reading
PetroCaribe case to be revisited
Six months after the publication of the second part of the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation’s report, the PetroCaribe case will be revisited.
“From the beginning of January 2020, the records of the public accountants indexed in the first two parts of the report will be distributed to the various colleges of judgment to set in motion the procedure traced by the law,” a source close to the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation shared. Continue reading
New Ambassador of Argentina accredited to Haiti
President Jovenel Moïse welcomed on Wednesday, Dec. 4, welcomed Cesar Alberto Faes, new Ambassador and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Argentina accredited to Haiti at the national palace. The Argentinean diplomat said he had discussed the possibility of strengthening relations between the two countries with the Haitian head of state.
“I am very happy to be here in your country. We talked with the president about the different aspects of the bilateral relationship. Continue reading
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