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30/01/2014 15:42:47

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Moïse Jean-Charles criticizes Fanmi Lavalas
The senator of North, Moïse Jean-Charles, criticism the participation of Fanmi Lavalas party in the process of inter-Haitian Dialogue, organized under the mediation of the Episcopal Conference of Haiti (CEH). The Senator of North considers that by participating in this dialogue, Fanmi Lavalas has trampled the demands of the masses. The fierce opponent of President Martelly urges the population to remain mobilized to demand the departure of power in place.

The PSP takes control of 7 Commissions on 12
The Standing Committees have been inally formed in the Lower House. According to the Deputy Louystz Amiot François, the new President of the Commission Justice and Public Security, the pro-government majority bloc "Parliamentarians for Stability and Progress" (PSP) took control of 7 Standing Committees on 12. The other 5 Commissions are divided between the minority opposition bloc "Parliamentarians for Institutional Strengthening" (PRI) and the block of independent deputies "Parliamentarians for Balance Policy" (PEP).

The Dominican Republic strengthens its troops to the border
Tuesday Sigfrido Pared, the Dominican Minister of Defence, announced that the number of border guard (Cesfront) on the border with Haiti, had more than doubled from 800 to 1.400 men to prevent Haitians from entering illegally in the Dominican Republic.

The Ministry of Tourism invited to Japan
On Wednesday, Japan's Ambassador to Haiti, Mr. Katsuyoshi Tamura visited the office of Ms. Maryse Noël, Director General of the Ministry of Tourism. During this visit, Mr. Tamura invited Haiti, through the Ministry of Tourism, to come participate in an international travel fair to be held in Japan in September.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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