Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
A new football stadium (Phoenix Stadium) professional grade, will be built in Cité Soleil through the efforts of Bobby Duval, founder of the Athletic of Haiti. The construction of the new stadium with a capacity of 12,000 place, scalable to over 20,000, will be signed by the architect Carlos Zapata who brought the renovation of the "Soldier Field" of Chicago and the design of the Tower Bitexco financial in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam). The new stadium will incorporate materials from Haiti (recycling of rubbish) instead of steel import and will create at least 500 jobs initially. The entire project, estimated at $5 million will be funded mostly by Delos LLC, as part of the Clinton Global Initiative. The stadium is only the first part of a project that will result in the construction of a football academy for youth, an elementary and middle school, and infrastructure projects which include the treatment of water, agriculture, composting of vegetable waste...
Evans Paul criticism and advice
The Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe promised during the presentation of its General Policy in the Lower House, that future electoral contests will be held before the end of the year and that the President Martelly, will soon publish the amended Constitution of 1987. For Paul Evans, the leader of the Konvasyon Inite Demokratik (KID), "the Prime Minister exceeds his constitutional powers by fixing the date [?] of elections," recalling that "it is the responsibility of an independent CEP, whether temporary or permanent." Regarding the wishes of President Martelly, to publish the corrected version of the text of the amended Constitution, Evans Paul, elieves that the administration Martelly-Lamothe, should make arrangements for that at the end of the quinquennium, the amendment process is reproduced in full, rather than publishing a controversial text.