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Stéphanie Balmir Villedrouin, the Minister of Tourism and Creative Industries (MTIC) said that Haiti has the necessary conditions for the recovery of tourism, noting that the country currently has some 8,500 rooms (all categories) and are expected to reach 20,000 within 20 years.
Permanence in the lower house before the holidays
Monday, Sept. 8, deputies will leave for parliamentary vacancy. To this end, the office of the Lower House declared permanence to approve the projects and bills pending before the close of the last regular session of the 49th Legislature.
Back to School, traffic measures
Heavy vehicles will be banned from circulation in the metropolitan area during the school day: morning from 5:00 to 9:00 and afternoon from 3:00 to 9:00.
Haiti in Trinidad Tobago Film Festival
The Trinidad Tobago Film Festival nnounced the first part of its program of films for the 2014 edition, which will be held from September 16 to 30. Of the 20 feature films, 10 feature films and 10 documentaries, we find in the "narrative selections" in world premiere Haitian movie "Haiti Bride" by Robert Yao Ramesar www.ttfilmfestival.com/film-synopsis/haiti-bride/
Experts from UNESCO and the Smithsonian visiting MUPANAH
On Monday, the Museum of Haitian National Pantheon (MUPANAH) received a visit from Michaëlle Jean, the UNESCO Special Envoy to Haiti, which was accompanied by Daniel Rogers, Ph.D., a specialist from "Smithsonian" and other experts from UNESCO. Their passage to the Museum is part of a mission of exploration around the discovery of the archaeological heritage of Haiti. This was for Mrs. Michèle Frisch, General Director of MUPANAH the opportunity to invite them to do a guided tour through the exhibition rooms.