Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Ambassador of France in Haiti Didier Le Bret, disapproves and is opposed to any protest movement, aiming the premature departure of power, of President Martelly "This formula already experienced in the past can not help solve the major problems, gnawing the country," declared the diplomat, who noted that these events reflect a healthy democracy. Nevertheless, it recognizes the fragility of the situation in Haiti, while a part of the population is in a situation of food insecurity.
The mandate of the Minustah will be extended...
The members of the Security Council of the UN unanimously support the recommendation of the Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, to reduce the size of the force of peacekeeping in Haiti (MINUSTAH) to focus on the strengthening of the national police. The Ambassador of Guatemala to the United Nations, Gert Rosenthal, declared that he expected that the members unanimously approves, a resolution to extend by one year the UN mission in Haiti.
Status, rights and obligations of parliamentary civil servants
As part of the review of the draft law on the status of parliamentary civil servants, the General Secretariats of the two branches of Parliament organized with the support of Development Alternative Inc. (DAI) a workshop on Friday 5, Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October 2012 at the Hotel "Le Plaza" to allow the civil servants of Parliament to give their opinion on the text under consideration, which is required to establish their status, define their rights and obligations.
Haiti wins against Denmark (5-8) and lost against South Africa (7-3)
Sunday, the Haitian team engaged in the "Homeless World Cup" organized by the Foundation TELMEX in Mexico after having defeated Canada on Saturday (8-0) defeated Sunday, Denmark (5-8) but was defeated the same day (7-3) against South Africa. Haiti will play Monday, Wales and Mexico.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 5:00 pm, France Volontaire Haïti, will celebrates he French Volunteer Day at the French Institute of Haiti [99, avenue Lamartinière Bois Verna]. This will be an opportunity to present to the public the volunteerism space and more broadly to talk about the voluntary practices in Haiti. This presentation will conclude with a concert of Jean Jean Roosevelt. The artist from Grand Anse, has a rich repertoire addressing universal themes like love, youth, or social issues. His music, in the world beat, is spiced with local ingredients such as Nago, the Mayi, the Ibo, the yanvalou the Kongo, the djouba...