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"The Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe has learned with dismay the tragic death of our compatriots Myriam Lebrun aged 37, her three children, Marquis (14), Marcel (9), Kayla (8) and her mother Rose Marie Yolande Moise (68) in a traffic accident occurred Saturday evening in Long Island, NY. On behalf of the Haitian people, the Prime Minister and his government send their deepest condolences to the families and relatives of victims grieving by this tragedy."
2nd Edition of the festival of lake in Thomazeau
Saturday, Maryse Noël, Director General of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Industries (MTIC) participated in the launch of the second edition of the festival of lake in Thomazeau. Other figures from the tourism and cultural world including Philippe Dodard, the Director General of the National School of Arts (ENARTS) spoke at the launching ceremony of the festivities, which extend over a week (August 23 to 31 ). Note that this event is an initiative of the alternative tourism organization (FONDTAH), of the Agronomist Camille Buissereth and the City of Thomazeau.
Bus accident in Miragoâne
On Monday, a bus of public transport "Christ est la réponse" coming from Les Cayes, overturned at the turn of bridge of Duprac in Miragoâne on the RN2, making 10 serious injured which were conducted to the St. Therese Hospital of Miragoâne in an ambulance from the Ministry of Health.
Small boat in trouble
On Monday, a small boat linking the island de la Gonâve and Baradères (Nippes), found itself in trouble at the level of Anse-à-Veau channel. Alerted by a relative of one of the passengers, the DPC contacted the Coast Guard and SEMANAH who initiate relief operations.
Prime Minister in Mirebalais
Monday at the invitation of the deputy Abel Descollines, Prime Minister, went to Mirebalais, on the occasion of the celebration of Saint Louis, the patron saint of the city and inspect the construction works of the sports center . https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-11894-haiti-politic-prime-minister-in-visit-to-mirebalais.html
He also visited the Place d'Armes, where he was greeted by an enthusiastic crowd. He then went to the prosecutor's office and the police station where he handed to the
judicial authorities the keys of an all-terrain.