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13/06/2013 14:07:37

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The Diaspora asks for apologies
The speeches of Senators John Joël Joseph (West) and Jean Baptiste Bien Aimé (Northeast) of the party Fanmi Lavalas, are very badly received in the diaspora. In their speeches these two Senators advocate the division and qualify the members of the diaspora of traitors. They also argue that the Diaspora can not participate in the political affairs of Haiti. The Diaspora [which contributes 30% of Haiti's GDP] condemn these remarks and asks an immediate apology from these two senators and their party, Fanmi Lavalas.

Two refrigerated containers for the morgue
Wednesday, following a request from the Ministry of Health, two refrigerated containers have been installed by MINUSTAH to the morgue of Port au-Prince, following the closure of the only public institution mortuary of the country in order to carry out the repair of cold rooms and their refrigeration system. These containers with a current value of U.S. $ 36,000, previously belonged to the Japanese contingent of the Minustah, which left the country in December.

Senator J.J. Joseph asks the government's resignation
According to Senator John Joël Joseph, some ministers Magalie A. Racine (sports), Pierre-Richard Casimir (Foreign Affairs) and Stephanie B. Villedrouin (Tourism) would hold a foreign nationality. In addition he accuses the U.S. Embassy to protect the President Martelly for nationality issues. Because of its allegations, the Senator requests a mass resignation of the Government, saying that Haiti can not continue to be led by foreigners...

Tourist reception booth at the border
On Monday, Ms. Dieudonne L. Etienne, the Northern Regional Director of the Ministry of Tourism, accompanied by some executives of the Bureau paid a visit to the tourist reception booth, located on the Haitian-Dominican border in preparation for its opening scheduled for late June.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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