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.”
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.
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 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, […]
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.
The country of Haiti and the Dominican Republic together under the mediation of Venezuela this week signed a joint statement on the decision of the Court Dominican rendering stateless tens of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent.
The Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe went to California (USA), Monday afternoon, as part of a tour that starts from 18 to 22 November 2013. During this visit, the Haitian PM, accompanied by Sean Penn, has to go to the headquarters of Google, Facebook, Apple and also visit the company “TOMS SHOES” which recently announced its […]
Front of thousands of supporters and sympathizers of power, the celebration of 210 years of the Battle of Vertières took place almost seamlessly, unlike announced in the climate of tension in the city shortly before the ceremony.
The Haitian National Police (HNP) has used tear gas Monday in Port-au-Prince and the second largest city during the clashes with demonstrators opposed to President Michel Martelly.
The ceremonies marking the 210th anniversary of the Battle of Vertières have begun in the second largest city in the Cathedral of Cap Haitien which currently are the highest authorities of the country, found one of our representatives.
The streets of the capital were quiet Monday morning during the early hours of the 18th of November when many protests are planned in Port-au-Prince and other cities. No commercial activity was observed in parts of the capital, but traces of burning barricades were noted in some streets.
The Prime Minister Laurent Salvador Lamothe led Saturday Government Programme “Gouvenman an lakay ou” in the Municipality of Milot (Sans Souci Palace) in the North department in the presence of thousands of people from the northern regions.
But a question arises: What if Martelly was, exhausted, and decided to leave to live elsewhere? A Latin diplomat said Thursday to the AHP that problem with Haitians is that they are united when they must fight rightly or wrongly a head of state.
The political platform “Repons Peyizan” and the platform “Tout baz Site Solèy” announced on Friday a series of mobilizations to show their support to the Government Martelly-Lamothe.
The President Michel Martelly has convened to the extraordinary the Chamber of Deputies for Friday, November 22, to decide on the electoral law.