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Jovenel Moïse partakes in pre-carnival festivities

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Sunday, Feb. 9, President Jovenel Moïse attended pre-carnival festivities and met with Ralph Youri Chevry, Mayor of Port-au-Prince.  After which he took the opportunity to review the organizational aspect of the 2020 carnival and security measures reported Juno7.

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Rachele Viard

Rachele Viard

Managing Editor at Haitian Times
Born into a Haitian family in Stone Mountain GA. , Rachele visited Haiti several times in her youth and connected to the country and the culture. She moved to Haiti in 2009, where she put her English degree to use as a writer, using her voice and pen to promote tourism in the country and highlight the richness of the Haitian culture and people.
Rachele Viard
Feb. 11, 2020

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Jovenel Moïse partakes in pre-carnival festivities”

  1. Mireille Saint Juste says:

    President Jovenel moise it is ok to proceed with carnival activities as always but at what cots? Sir , the country is in a direction situation where kidnapping becomes like normal and lives are being taken for granted. What are you going to do about it? The insecurity in Haiti is just lake a black Cloud up high to the sky over everyone ‘s head causing panic. You have a black market right under your nose and what are your plans to end this cruelty. Criminals are lurking not even in the dark but in broad daylight praying on innocent people for money. What are your plans to solve the insecurity problems in the country? Where is your army? When are going to have an army in Haiti just like all the other countries to fight this crimes? I am sure someone told not to have an army because they are scared of theur trengths. It is time fou you haitiens to stop being other’s pets and do your own things that are necessary for Haiti. If you live Haiti that much and wants spend the rest of your life there , you must act promptly. You the dirt bags and nasty criminals who are kidnapping your brothers and sisters , think again because you are closing all doors for everyone . Do you think other countries will grant you a place to live when they know you may come to do the same thing? What are you thinking? Do you thing they will agree for you to come in their home causing the same terror as you are doing in Haiti? How would the differentiate the good person from the bad ones? More likely they will fit all in the same bags and I won’t disagree with that . You haitiens lost you humanity in all. You failed to be characterized as humans because you take pleasure on doing the wrong things. Your lifestyle is nothing more than animals. When did you guys reach this stage? Do you want to spend the rest your lives being nothing but criminals? What are your values? If you need food to neat you must earn it by working, planting or else but not killing people to get it. At this stage it is vermeer difficult for anyone to receive you even as visitors in our houses. Haitiens listen very carefully, you are destroying your own lives by thinking crimes are your best way out. Who wants criminals in their lives? What a shame. # hein. Shame on you too who saw what is going, the cruelty that reigns in Haiti and do nothing to solve it. The city of St Marc which was the safest in the country is now being infested with ugly criminals coming from other cities and now terrorizing people. These criminals also include judges who are committing crimes and must be judged and locked up forever. Tell me how do you feel when you are granted a visa and has no place to crash because no one is sure of your criminal records. Do you think you should have a place in society if you are kidnapping people? Let me answer for you : no and never. It is time to change your ways otherwise you will be nothing .

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