Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
In his ordinance, the investigating judge Gabrielle Dominique ordered that Clifford Brandt and 19 other indicted are "[...] Imprisoned in the National Penitentiary, if they are already not there". A week after the publication of this ordinance, Lucmane Delille, the Commissioner of the Government is not able to confirm if this ordinance was executed. For its part the POHDH (Platform of Organizations of Defence of Human Rights) has doubts about the incarceration of Clifford Brandt at the National Penitentiary. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-8098-haiti-justice-towards-the-trial-of-clifford-brandt-and-his-accomplices.html
Administrative city, beginning of the demolition phase
The Unit of Housing Construction and Public Buildings (UCLBP) indicated that Saturday morning at 7:00 am began the first operation of demolition at the level of block of the Palace of Ministries, an activity prior to the construction of the Administrative city of Port-au-Prince. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-8090-haiti-reconstruction-expropriation-no-title-no-compensation.html
The Director General of the EDH in Les Cayes
Thursday, Andress Appolon, the Director General of Electricity of Haiti (EDH) went to Les Cayes to motivate its employees and meet local authorities. She wanted to thank in particular the staff of the Centre Semi Autonomous in Les Cayes (CSAC) and the local authorities, civil society, community leaders and the media in general for their commitment to arrive together, on the path of energy development.
New Deputy Director at FAES
Klaus Eberwein, the Director General of Fund of Economic and Social Assistance (FAES), with the Director General of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, of Chief of Staff, the Secretary of State for Finance, many executives of the Public Service and all officers and staff of FAES, has officially installed its new Managing Director, Mr. Gabriel Paul Moïse.
Transition from analogue to digital television
A Haitian delegation, composed of representatives of the State, technicians and media executives, ends this Saturday a 5 days mission to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), within the framework of the transition from analogue to digital television underway in Haiti. This mission included working sessions with the FCC and the National Telecommunications and Information Agency (NTIA), to allow our Haitian technicians of the radio television broadcasting, to take profits of the American experiences in this technological transition.