Petit-Goave placed under the supervision of central government of Haiti
The town of Petit-Goâve has been placed under the supervision of central government of Haiti. According to Secretary Reginald, this action was necessary following the unfortunate events that agitate for several weeks the community.
Since last August, the residents of Petit Goâve were agitating against the representing deputy Jacques Stevenson Thimoléon and the town's mayor, Sandra W. Jules. They were demanding both to resign as they are dishonest, harsh and corrupted. The agitation for several weeks had developed to such a level that it disrupted every basic service of the Municipal Administration to the community. To improve the situation, Reginald Delva, the Minister of Interior and Territorial Communities (MICT), on a memo dated October 16, declared that the Ministry of the Interior has decided to place the town of Petit-Goâve under the administrative and financial supervision of the central government through a Technical Special Committee (CTS). The committee will remain responsible for making and approving all decisions related to the management of the city hall and hold accountable to bring the situation back to normalcy.