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01/04/2012 13:59:28

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Wencesclass Lambert in favor of the publication of the amendment
On the occasion of 25th anniversary of the proclamation of the original text of the Constitution, the Senator Wencesclass Lambert launched a fresh appeal to the publication of the amendment of the Constitution, believing that the real reform will be expressed by this publication, because according to him, this amended Constitution, "eliminates all the animosity contained in the original text, which had excluded certain groups..."

Laurent Lamothe concerned about the issue of military
Laurent Lamothe, has expressed concern about the issue of demobilized soldiers occupying former bases, barracks and public buildings in the territory. While recognizing the need to take into account the wage claims of former members of FAd'H, the Prime Minister-designate, remains convinced that the matter should be resolved without confrontation between Haitian without armed confrontation. He believes that it is through dialogue, that the authorities concerned, will be able to convince the military and bring them back on the right path and hope a positive outcome in the shortest time. Stressing that all stakeholders and citizens must respect the principles of rule of law and that the use of weapons, as a negotiating tool, was unacceptable.

The MSPP will relaunch a campaign against-cholera
Officials from the Ministry of Public Health and Population had gathered Thursday in Port-au-Prince with various partners, in order to relaunch a wide campaign against-cholera, Gérald Jean-Baptiste, Director General of the National Directorate of Water Supply Sanitation (DINEPA) who attended the meeting stated that the DINEPA was better able to intervene this year than last year and that his institution will distribute among the population, products of water treatment to fight against waterborne diseases.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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