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According to usually well informed sources, Godson Orélus the Director General of the National Police of Haiti (PNH), would have undertaken Thursday before Judge Lamarre Bélizaire, at his hearing https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-11984-haiti-justice-the-director-general-of-the-pnh-answered-questions-from-the-judge-belizaire.html to enforce soon the arrest warrants against former President Aristide and a dozen other people in connection with the ongoing investigation.
Arnel Bélizaire wants to prevent the end of the parliamentary session
The former hunger striker, the Deputy Arnel Bélizaire, threatens to disrupt the closing session of the parliamentary session of the 4th and final year of the 49th Legislature, claiming to want to prevent the closure of the session in the meeting room, if he not gets satisfaction to its claims...
Community School Piron, ready for Back to School
The construction work of the Community School of Piron in Laboule, commune of Petionville are fully completed and the the institution is ready to welcome children back to school (8 September 2014). Financed by Communal Fund to the tune of 4.5 million gourdes, the school infrastructure includes 7 classrooms and a modern toilet block.
Financial Support of Japan to the National High School of Cite Soleil
This week, "Miyamoto Global Disaster Relief" organization has received financial support from the Japanese government of 101.920 USD for structural improvement and seismic strengthening of the National School of Cite Soleil. The works will take place over 30 days and the high school will be inaugurated on October 16.
Certification of judges
This week, the Superior Council of Judicial Power (CSPJ) announced that a Technical Certification Commission of judges, consisting of experts from the Ministry of Justice and the CSPJ was implemented. Its task will be to implement the certification procedure for judges (proficiency testing and moral integrity), essential elements in the process of renewal and appointment of judges.