Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
The Directorate General of Taxes (DGI) has extended the deadline of 15 days for motorists to remove their license plates, bringing the new deadline to 18 January 2014. During this period, the traffic agents will not act conductors that are not in good standing. Furthermore, Morlan Miradin, General Director of the DGI informs having reinforced the staff at the different DGI of the metropolitan area, to facilitate the delivery of license plates.
Postponement of the installation of the PM, Lucien Jura explains
While the National Assembly in extraordinary session could not be held for lack of quorum in the Senate https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-12876-haiti-flash-d-7-the-g6-puts-the-national-assembly-in-failure.html Lucien Jura, the president's spokesman gives his version and explains that the installation of the Prime Minister appointed Evans Paul scheduled for Monday was postponed because according to him, there was "some adjustments to make in regard to the government consensus," noting that "the Prime Minister does not have to be ratified by the Parliament [amended Constitution]. He is appointed by the President of the Republic, however, the statement of General Policy must be ratified by Parliament..."
NOTICE: Vehicle Insurance Renewal Special Offer
The Office of Insurance Against Third Vehicles (OAVCT) is launching a special offer for insurance renewal from 15 January to 15 February. Any car or motorcycle owner who owes 2 to 5 years of insurance will pay only a single year. If you have six years or more you will pay only two years only. This special takes place throughout the national territory, with the exception of the Avenue Charles Summer, who does not participate.
Congratulations to Michaëlle Jean
François Guillaume II, the resigned Minister of Haitian Living Abroad, declared "All our congratulations Michaëlle Jean to taking office as Secretary-General of the International Organization of the Francophonie (OIF)" https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-12879-haiti-politic-michaelle-jean-takes-office-at-the-head-of-the-oif.html
Wishes of the Minister of Justice
"Jean Renel Sanon, the Minister of Justice and Public Security (MJSP) wishes to the entire population and especially litigants, a year of peace, harmony and respect for each other. The MJSP renews its commitment to work towards the implementation of the rule of law as advocated by the Head of State, the Ministry also intends, during this year 2015, to continue to fight hard to maintain a secure environment throughout the entire national territory. The MJSP firmly believes that respect for the law is a prerequisite for the establishment of a society based on law."