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12/17/2021 10:39:24

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Two schools kidnapped from the university:
The Haiti State University administration learned with “great pain, sadness and anger” the kidnapping of Professors Robert Bean-Aimy Moblessier and Jean-Raoul Moblessier of the Faculty of Sciences at the beginning of the week.

Released for ransom:
Thursday, December 16, 2021, the kidnappers released Maxo Ambroise, the deputy mayor of the town of Cornellon/Grand Bois, who had been kidnapped on December 13 in Croix-de-Bouquet, for ransom.

PNH: Strategic Change:
In accordance with the instructions of Franz Elbe, Acting Director General of the National Police of Haiti (PNH), Inspector General Smith Pugh proceeded to install Division Commissioner Aland Seges Julichor at the helm of the Regional Directorate for Southern Haiti. PNH, to replace Divisional Commissioner Franz Saint-Armand.

The Prime Minister renews the mandate of 8 investigative judges:
On Wednesday at the Cabinet National Palace, Acting Prime Minister Ariel Henry decided to renew the mandate of 8 investigative judges including, among others, Jean Wellner Morin, Chavan-Etienne and Emmanuel Fertelar.

The impatient government…
The Government of Haiti looks forward to a strategic and in-depth discussion with our international partners. Jean-Victor Genos, Minister of Foreign Affairs, will convey Prime Minister Ariel Henri’s message to work with all Haitians for a more peaceful and prosperous Haiti […] Haitian Ambassador to Washington Phuket Edmond announced Read also:

Notice: Closing date of the Haitian Consulate in Montreal
The Consulate General of Haiti in Montreal has notified the Haitian community in Quebec in particular that on the occasion of the year-end celebrations its offices will be closed from December 20, 2021 to January 5, 2022. Consular services will resume on Thursday, January 6th. 2022 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment online: In case of emergency: (514) 499-1919 ext 243 or by email at [email protected]

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