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Before the public danger that represented the operation the quarries of Morne-a-Cabrit of the National #3 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-5275-haiti-energy-port-au-prince-and-surrounding-areas-could-be-deprived-of-electricity.html this Tuesday, April 3, a Judge of Peace of Croix des Bouquets has proceeded, at the request of the Haitian state, the closure and the seizure of material on the site of these quarries.
The Prime Minister of Canada invites Haitian political actors to work together
At the North American Leaders’ Summit, which took place earlier this week in Washington. DC, Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada reiterated Canada's commitment to Haiti "We reiterate our commitment to Haiti and call upon Haitian political actors to work together and take concrete steps toward strengthening governance and the rule of law, which are fundamental to increased trade, investment, and long-term development and prosperity. We note the urgency and importance of parliamentary confirmation of a new government, and for that government to confirm the timeline for Senate and local elections. We also encourage Haiti to continue to pursue the development of the Haitian National Police so it can take full responsibility for Haiti’s security."
Haïtel no longer responds...
The network of the mobile phone company Haïtel no longer responds, no calls can be made on the network Haïtel or towards another network, this, less than a week after its sequestration by the Haitian and without notice for its customers. According to the legal department of the Government, the sequestration does not involve the stopping of services, but the continuation of the management of the company under the supervision of the State in order to protect the rights and interests of all parties...
Vote for the best logos of the Ministry of Tourism
The Ministry of Tourism thank all participants of the logo contest, opened March 10 and recognizes the quality of proposals and the richness of discussions around a new visual identity for Haiti. The public can now vote at this address www.haititourisme.gouv.ht/concours2012 for logos and slogans that it prefer. Given the large number of proposals, the jury will base its final decision among the top 50. The Jury reserves the right to request modifications to the logo or slogan once its decision taken.
Army forces have never been dissolved
Major Joseph D. Alexander, of the Military Association of Haiti, recalled this week in a press note, that the Armed Forces have never been dissolved, but only emptied of their goods and their staff. The Association believes it is imperative to satisfy a constitutional requirement in accordance with sections 263 and 263.1 of the Constitution and prepare the gradual withdrawal of the Minustah.