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23/10/2012 14:07:19

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Peaceful demonstration in Petit-Goâve
About 500 boys and girls and a few artists singers, whose David. B, MC Junior, Black Makak took to the streets of Petit-Goave Monday, without disrupting the activities to require a a decrease in the cost of living. Some people took advantage to claim their pay to the City of Petit-Goâve "We worked in a high intensity labor program, organized by the Town. So far we have not received our remuneration..." After going through some streets of the city, protesters electrified by a local DJ, who were dancing and chanting hostile remarks to the Mayor of the city, returned home quietly without incident. HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve)

Ben Stiller in Jacmel and Caracol
As part of a workshop organized by David Belle, President and Director of the film school of Jacmel, the actor, comedian and American film producer, Benjamin Edward Stiller [Ben Stiller] was received Sunday to Jacmel. Ben Stiller went to Caracol Monday for the inauguration of the Industrial Park North.

Training to promote the rights of disabled
From October 22 to 26, under the Brazilian Cooperation in Haiti, thirty representatives of civil society are being trained on the strengthening of the political and institutional capacity of government officials in order to promote the rights of persons with disabilities.

Safety Assessment of Port of the Capital
Monday, a team from the International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) of the Coast Guard of the United States has conducted an assessment of port of Port-au-Prince, the team was accompanied by Mr Villiers Jocelin, Officer safety of the National Port Authority.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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