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A project of 24 million U.S. dollars, financed by the World Bank, will allow to better welcome visitors. According to Monique Rosann, director of the Institute for the Protection of National Heritage (ISPAN), the expertise of UNESCO and the accompaniment of the World Bank for the next 5 years will allow the Haitian government to restore all the historical park and its monuments.
Delegation of the Ministry of Tourism to Las Vegas
A delegation from the Ministry of Tourism went to Las Vegas, to make the promotion of Haiti at "World Routes Tourism Summit". On this occasion, Leopold Roumer Director General of the Ministry held a meeting with the team of Turks & Caicos Airlines.
Fanmi Lavalas sets conditions
"Fanmi Lavalas" is ready to participate in the next election, but under certain conditions, namely : free, fair and democratic elections and that the electoral law currently shuttles between the both Houses is passed. Note that several political opposition organizations have already announced that they would not register from October 21 to 31 as stated in the pre-ecalendar electoral. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-9570-haiti-elections-the-president-of-ctcep-unveiled-a-pre-calendar-electoral.html https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-9587-haiti-elections-the-opposition-rejects-the-pre-calendar-electoral.html
Resumption of judicial work in the jurisdiction of Palmes
Monday, an opening ceremony for the resumption of judicial work in the jurisdiction of the Palmes, was held at the Court of First Instance of Petit-Goave, attended by parliamentarians from Grand-Goâve, of Léogâne, lawyers, government commissioners and members of civil society Me Emmanuel Tataille, dean of the court, has called for collaboration between all actors operators of system for the proper functioning of the judiciary and set for main objective, to fight against pretrial detention and allow everyone access to justice "Only the redesign of our codes will allow our judicial system to give good results. Obsolescence of our codes is a serious problem and an obstacle to the good of justice." HL/ HaitiLibre / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve).