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Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
01/09/2012 12:51:50

Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Smarck Michel died [1937 - 2012]
Smarck Michel, born in Saint-Marc March 29, 1937, former Prime Minister of Haiti, died this morning at the age of 75 years. In February 1991, he was appointed Minister of Trade and Industry and held this position from February 19 to June 14, 1991. Then he was chosen as Prime Minister (3rd President) by President Jean Bertrand Aristide and ratified by Parliament on November 6, 1994. He held this position from November 8, 1994 to November 7, 1995 and resigned on October 13, 1995, and was replaced by Claudette Werleigh on November 7, 1995. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-6537-haiti-politic-smarck-michel-1937-2012-message-from-the-government.html

Pierre-Richard Casimir, received the Manbos and Ougans
Friday, Pierre-Richard Casimir, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Religious Affairs (MAEC), accompanied by the Director General of the Ministry of Religious Affairs, of Legal Director of the MAEC and members of his Cabinet, has received the grievances of Manbos and Ougans of Haiti.

46 new graduates in Law
46 new graduates in law took the oath this week as members of the bar of the Bar Association of Port-au-Prince. The president Carlos Hercules asked to the newcomers, to make of the compliance with the law, dignity and honesty, the compass, emphasizing their role in the construction of the rule of law "You must always conduct yourself as of professional honest, reliable and avoid perjury..."

Good news at the EDH
The Directorate General of the EDH informs the public in general that 31 circuits of 32 are currently operating in the metropolitan area.

The Consulate of Orlando is closed Monday, September 3
The Consulate of the Republic of Haiti to Orlando informs the Haitian community of his Jurisdiction of Florida in particular that the Consulate will be closed Monday, September 3, 2012 due to the American holiday "Labor Day".

Josué Cajuste eliminated in the first selection
Josué Cajuste, bib 2373, who attended yesterday Friday at his first Paralympic Games in London, to the Shot put man category F42/44, did not win a medal. He realized only 238 points, with a distance of 7.63 meters finishing 11th out of 11. In his first attempt he made 184 points for a distance of 7.19 m, the second with 167 points with 7.03 m and on his third attempt 238 points for a distance of 7.63 meters, he was disqualified from the first selection. The gold medal was awarded to Jackie Christiansen (Denmark) with 1012 points and a distance of 18.16 meters, the silver to Darko Kralj (Croatia) with 987 points and 14.21 meters and the bronze Aled Davies (UK) with 961 points and 13.78 meters.

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