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Haïti – Actualité : zapping…

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14/05/2019 12:44:35

Haïti - Actualité : zapping...

Le budget 2018-2019 serait enfin prêt ! :

Après 2 rejets au Parlement dont le dernier par les députés il y a 5 mois, le budget 2018-2019 qui aurait du être publié le 30 septembre 2018 dans le journal officiel le Moniteur serait enfin prêt selon le Directeur Général du budget, Jean Michel Silin, qui dit attendre la ratification du PM pour en faire dépôt au parlement. Notons qu’Haïti fonctionne actuellement avec un budget rectifié élaboré sous le Gouvernement Lafontant. Notez que le dépôt du budget n’est aucunement l’assurance de son approbation…

Situation tendue au Centre ville de PAP :

Lundi, plusieurs tréteaux ont été incendiés à l’angle des rues du Peuple et Bonne-Foi au Centre-ville des Port-au-Prince. Des bouquinistes et autres commerçants sont aux abois. Parallèlement, des dizaines de commerçants du marché Hyppolite ont organisé ce même jour une manifestation en passant devant le Parlement, la Primature pour aboutir du Parquet de Port-au-Prince au Bicentenaire pour réclamer justice en faveur de Lormil Lamartine, un marchand du marché Hyppolite, qui a été abattu au centre-ville de Port-au-Prince, le 9 mai dernier par des bandits non identifiés

André Michel applaudi les perturbations au Sénat :

Me André Michel, Porte-parole de l’opposition radicale dit « démocratique et populaire » a applaudi le comportement des 4 sénateurs de l’opposition qui ont perturbé la séance et fait reporter la séance de ratification de la déclaration de la Politique Générale du Premier Ministre dimanche 12 mai https://www.haitilibre.com/article-27715-haiti-politique-l-opposition-minoritaire-force-le-senat-a-reporter-la-seance-de-ratification-du-pm.html

Une femme tuée et brûlée à son domicile :

Lundi sur l’impasse Bremont A (Commune de Pétion ville) le corps calciné de Monique Etienne Bernie alias« Madame Ablamy » a été retrouvé à son domicile. Selon les premières informations non officielle, Madame Ablamy aurait été tuée lors d’une dispute avec l’une de ses filles, qui aurait ensuite décidé de brûler le corps de sa mère avant de prendre la fuite…

10 millions d’Euros pour « Pro Résilience Sud » :

Lundi, l’Union Européenne, la mairie de Jérémie, le Ministère de l’agriculture et leurs partenaires ont lancé le Projet « Pro Résilience Sud », une initiative financée à hauteur de 10 millions d’euros, pour favoriser une sécurité alimentaire plus résiliente dans la région.

La Diaspora d’Europe félicite la qualification des U-17 :

La Fédération de la Diaspora Haïtienne d’Europe (FEDHE) félicite la Sélection nationale haïtienne de football U-17 pour sa qualification face au Honduras https://www.haitilibre.com/article-27713-haiti-flash-haiti-qualifie-pour-la-coupe-du-monde-u-17-de-la-fifa-bresil-2019.html pour la Coupe du monde 2019 qui aura lieu au Brésil. Grenadiers à l’assaut, l’Union fait la force.

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Koulibaly To Miss Barcelona? – The Haitian Times

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Kalidou Koulibaly is
still not training regularly with Napoli, so it’s feared he will miss both
games with Brescia and Barcelona.

The Senegal
international has been struggling since a serious thigh strain on December 15,
only returning for one appearance against Lecce on February 9.

He looked very rusty
and was left out of the squad for the trip to Cagliari, as coach Gennaro
Gattuso confirmed the defender still felt pain in his thigh.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Koulibaly did not train today either and is not expected to be in with the group tomorrow.

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Werley Zeus: Haiti And African Countries Should Become One

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The 26 years old, Werley Zeus is a musician, author, entrepreneur, and politician from Haiti. He owns a mass media company operating under the name of Ceraphin Corporation that owns different types of businesses including publishing companies and radio stations.

The 26 years old CEO believes that Haiti and African countries should unite together again and become partners because Haiti and African countries belong to black brothers and sisters.

“I think Haiti and African countries should unite together and become partners.”, said Werley Zeus.

Let’s not forget that Ceraphin Corporation’s Werley Zeus launched ‘Woy Africa! Network’ and ‘Afro! PopUp’ in Africa to serve the continent.

According to Werley, the brands named ‘Woy Africa! Network’ is a publishing magazine operating by Ceraphin Network and ‘Afro! PopUp’ is an internet radio station managed by Ceraphin Radio Network. The brands are operating in Africa and Werley thinks it makes for Haitians and Africans to work together because unity is power.

According to reports and studies, Haiti has been abused by the U.S. for years and years, so the time has come for Haiti to cut off every relationship with the U.S. to join Venezuela, Africa, Russia, and others in order to grow and prosper before 2045 arrives.


Werley Zeus hopes to become a leader in the upcoming Haitian Government that the Haitian population will install soon, so the plans will succeed. Hopefully, a new Haitian Government will take power in 2020 so the right leaders can lead Haiti in the right direction.

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Canadian Prime Minister Cancels Trip to Caribbean Amid Protests at Home

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Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has his hands full with an anti-pipeline protest at home.

OTTAWA, Canada, Monday February 17,
2020
– Prime Minister
Justin Trudeau will not be meeting with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders
this week after all, choosing to remain at home to deal with a protest that is shutting
down train service across the country.

Trudeau had
been scheduled to participate in the CARICOM 31st Intersessional Heads of
Government Conference in Barbados to further strengthen his government’s partnership
with the regional grouping and, according to media reports in Canada, make a pitch
for a United Nations Security Council seat.

However, a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office yesterday evening said he had cancelled the trip and Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne would represent Canada at the February 18-19 meeting instead.

Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne will attend in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s place.

“Following
the government’s ongoing efforts to address infrastructure disruptions across
the country, the prime minister will convene the Incident Response Group
tomorrow to discuss steps forward,” the statement read.

“Our priority remains the safety and security of all Canadians and the swift resolution of this issue to restore service across the rail system in accordance with the law.”

Protesters
opposed to the building of the Coastal GasLink pipeline project through the
Wet’suwet’en nation’s traditional territory in British Columbia have blockaded
rail lines in parts of the country. And Trudeau has been criticized for his
overseas travel while the situation remains unresolved.

He returned
to Canada last Friday after spending a week in Ethiopia, Kuwait, Senegal and
Germany.

During his trip to Barbados, which was to begin today, he had been scheduled to discuss with the regional leaders, challenges of mutual interest, including protecting oceans and the environment in the fight against climate change in a region that is particularly vulnerable to its impacts, as well as creating good jobs for the middle class and sustainable economic growth. He was also to participate in group discussions and bilateral meetings with the CARICOM leaders.

A statement from the regional side stated that Trudeau, who had contacted CARICOM Chairman, Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley, and CARICOM Secretary General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque about the cancellation due to the “pressing domestic matters”, said the Canadian Prime Minister reiterated his desire to strengthen ties between the region and Canada and looked forward to another opportunity to interact with the leaders.

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