The former Dominican President Hipólito Mejía declared the past weekend that he was “sorry and ashamed” of judgment 168-13 of the Dominican Constitutional Court denationalizing Dominicans of Haitian origin. For him, this judgment is “a shame and a disgrace.”
November 21, the organization Kouraj, which defends the rights of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI), was attacked in Delmas 83 by 3 young boys armed with machetes and guns. They vandalized the office of the organization which remained close since that time, said Charlot Jeudy.
Until 13 April 2013, the administration of Martelly literates 149.300 persons aged 14 to 50 years, said on Monday, the Minister of National Education, Vanneur Pierre and Secretary of State for Literacy, Oswald Thimoléon.
A delegation from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) is in the Dominican Republic since Saturday, November 30 to conduct an investigation into the arrest 168-13 of the Dominican Constitutional Court, making stateless Dominicans of Haitian descent.
The President of the Republic, HE Mr. Michel Joseph Martelly, accompanied by the First Lady, Mrs. Sophia Martelly, conducted on Sunday, December 1st, at the inauguration of St. Therese Park Pétion-Ville, newly refurbished.
Residents of several districts of Petit-Goave have demonstrated Sunday to thank President Michel Martelly and the deputy Thimoléon for the restoration of electrical power to come in their localities. On the other hand, students marched through the town in celebration of World AIDS Day.
The U.S. president renewed the commitment of the United States in Haiti. In a very brief statement, Barack Obama who launched January 16, 2010 “one of the largest relief operations” in the history of the United States, called for the country’s reconstruction.
The protest organized on Friday by opposition organizations in Cap-Haitien ended without incident. After going through the downtown streets, the demonstrators headed to Vertières to deliver their message.
The President of the Republic, HE Mr. Michel Joseph Martelly, met this Friday, November 29, 2013, the National Palace, with some personalities around the Haitian massacre November 29, 1987 at the street Vaillant. This is Mr. Gérard Gourgue, Professor Victor Benoit, General Herard Abraham, General Prosper Avril, Director of Radio TV Antilles, Mr. Jacques Sampeur, […]
This Friday, the Police was interposed, the protesters rampaging by erecting barricades of burning tires and throwing stones. The beloved message of Moïse Jean Charles and his allies in the Patriotic Force for the Respect of the Constitution (FOPARC) has not been issued as planned in front of the American Embassy.
The Dominican President Danilo Medina met Thursday evening at the National Palace the senior officers of the army, police and senior officers who are charged with the mission of protecting national security, especially in the border areas with Haiti, according to the Dominican press.
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The police dispersed with tear gas group of protesters who wanted to take other paths to reach the Embassy of the United States in Tabarre.
The protest announced by the opposition on Friday in Port-au-Prince, on the occasion of the 26th anniversary of the massacre of the street Vaillant has been launched in Bel-air. The protesters are expected to join other groups at the track aviation before coming in front of the United States Embassy in Tabarre to deliver a […]
Tension at the Avenue Christophe! Students protesting against the definitive exclusion of four of their fellow of INAGHEI have blocked, early in the morning of Monday, the traffic at this heavily used thoroughfare of the Haitian capital. So they have erected barricades of burning tires to urge the responsible of the Faculty to reconsider their […]