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Daniel Comper Named New Director of Haiti National Police Department South

As we have learned, Daniel Comper is the name of the new director of the Haitian National Police Department in the South. He replaces Commissar Jean Basle Bornelus, who was transferred following incidents during the last mobilization in Les Cays on March 29, 2022.

Another day of protest against insecurity in Port-au-Prince

Demonstrators again took to the streets of Port-au-Prince on Wednesday, March 30, 2022. They protested the lack of security and demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henri. On the road to Delmas, barricades of burning tires and stones were set up in various places, forcing motorists to turn back.

Bar Port-au-Prince has moved

The Council of the Bar of Port-au-Prince reports in a note dated 29 March 2022 that the Bar of that jurisdiction has been relocated to No. 398 Avenue John Brown, Route de Bourdon. “The administration continues to receive the population at the address: rue Villemenay, 42, until Thursday, March 31, 2022 and will continue its activities at the above address from Monday, April 4, 2022, from 8:00 to 15:00,” the message says. note read.

In the first quarter of 2022, more than 200 cases of kidnapping were registered.

The Center for Analysis and Research on Human Rights (CARDH) recorded 225 cases of kidnapping from January to March 2022, in the first 3 months of 2022, according to a bulletin posted on its website. CARDH notes an increase in kidnapping cases of more than 58% compared to the same period in 2021, when 142 cases were reported.

Family fleeing home under the threat of kidnappers

Mishlov Lizer Muskadain and her family are on the run because of threats from her former captors, her husband Ronald Muskadain told Le Nouvelliste newspaper. Abducted from her home at Thomassin by 44 gunmen on the night of 14/15 March, the victim was released on 18 March during an operation by the Haitian National Police (HNP) in Torcel. “My wife, my two children and I are forced to leave our home in Thomassin,” Mr. Maskadain was alarmed. “Children can no longer go to school,” he continued, seeking help from the relevant authorities, in particular PNG, to ensure the safety of his family and allow them to return to normal life.

Denis Watson presents Frontier Terror: The Massacre of Haitians in the Dominican Republic in 1937.

Frontier Terror: The Massacre of Haitians in the Dominican Republic in 1937 is the latest book submitted and edited by Professor Denis Watson. This book, published by Center Challenges, brings together a collection of essays, articles, and other texts related to oral history published by Lauren Derby and Richard Turits, two North American historians known, among other things, for their publications relating to historiography. Latin America. It consists of 307 pages divided into three main parts. We invite you to enjoy it.

Marc Exavier launches a series of children’s books called Nayu.

Poet Marc Exavier will release a series of children’s books called Nayu on Saturday, April 2, on the occasion of International Children’s Book Day. When Nayu arrives, the first book in the series will be on sale with a signature during this event, which will be held at C3 Editions’ Michel Sukar Conference Room, Delmas 31, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. During the event, a conference-debate will be held.

The administration of the UEP is studying the situation of students sleeping at the faculties

The administration of the State University of Haiti said it was studying the situation with students forced to sleep on the territory of the faculties due to the atmosphere of insecurity that prevails in the country. In a note published this Monday, March 28, the administration says that it has taken steps with various national institutions to find a solid structuring solution that is in the interests of these students and the university community.

Weather: Moderate rain expected in Haiti from Wednesday 30 March to Friday 1 April 2022

Moderate rain is possible over the country during the afternoon and evening from Wednesday March 30 to Friday April 1, 2022, according to the Haitian Hydrometeorological Service (UHM) bulletin. These rains will fall in particular on the departments of North, Center, Artibonite, West, South-East, South, Nippe and Grand Anse.

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