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iciHaiti - Stade Sylvio Cator : Several mechanics have started emptying the place
25/04/2019 09:18:59

iciHaiti - Stade Sylvio Cator : Several mechanics have started emptying the place
The initiatives undertaken by Edwing Charles, the Minister of Youth and Sports, to clear the court of the Sylvio Cator Stadium of carcasses of vehicles and other metal debris at the request of the Taiwanese construction firm OECC responsible for performing the interventions to bring the Sylvio Cator Stadium up to standard https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-27435-haiti-sports-a-taiwanese-firm-will-bring-the-sylvio-cator-stadium-to-international-standards.html began to bear fruit.
On Tuesday, Minister Charles, accompanied by judicial authorities and the Port-au-Prince Town Hall, found that several garage owners who illegally occupied the premises began to empty the premises to allow the Taiwanese firm OECC, to complete the topographical study of the work to be carried out at the national stadium.

The Minister urged the other occupants to continue to submit to the orders of the authorities with a view to a successful outcome and to facilitate the execution of the work that will make the Sylvio Cator Stadium comply with the requirements of the Confederation Of North , Central American and Caribbean Football Association (CONCACAF).

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