There has been a Protester in Fort Liberte where the population is demanding to be connected industrial park Caracol electricity source
Surge in Violent Uprisings as Year Ends
Reports emanating from Port-au-Prince said an investigation by officials regarding a violent street demonstration near the Dominican Republic border claimed Haitian police officers went on a shooting rampage, injuring 13 people. This confirmation came from Northeast Senator Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aime.
In another incident, Fort Liberté demonstrators demanded they be provided with electrical service from the Caracol power plant at the industrial park close by.
A third incident in a Port-au-Prince neighborhood found three protestors shot by pro-government protestors.
A bloody demonstration scene in Fort Liberte on Thursday, November 28 left 13 people injured by, as yet, unknown elements. Senator Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aime, a politician in the opposition party, would have the nation know that the injuries were as a result of the police, while attempting to clear the blocked main road, firing on the protesters, while the spokesman for the National Police, Frantz Lerebours, remains cautious about disclosing what happened and how many people were wounded without more information.
Business Opportunities For Ouanaminthe, Fort Liberte, Terriere Rouge, Trou Du Nord, Caracol, Quartier Morin With Caracol Industrial Park
As Haiti is celebrating a rebirth of the country with the new Caracol Industrial Park in the northern of Haiti, President Michel Martelly said Haiti Is Open For Business. Haiti is in dead open for business. I can also say that there are several cities and towns in Haiti that will be open for business as Caracol Industrial Park starts creating jobs and opportunities for entrepreneurs in the area trying to provide services to support the park. We already predict that the following towns will benefit directly and are considered to be prime locations for new businesses. They are Ouanaminthe, Fort Liberte, Terriere Rouge, Trou Du Nord, Caracol, Quartier Morin in northern and Cap-Haitian Haiti. Anything that involve housing, restaurant, healthcare services, Hotels, restaurants and a variety of other business would be considered to be great business opportunities
Off the eastern edge of the opening to Fort Liberte Bay is a beautiful wall equiped with somethin special. Staghorn corals are found near Fort Liberte.
With its disappearing tropical forests and ravaged wetlands, it has been a surprise discovery recently about the Caribbean island. The discovery of endangered corals and a rare tiny lizard along its northern coast is threatening an ambitious vision to spur economic growth.
The bay of Fort-Liberte at one point was the site of Caribbean's largest sisal plantation until nylon was invented.
An economy that use to depend strictly in agriculture, Fort-Liberte had in the old days had a vibrant economy. The region was reputable for its tillage plantation, but also sugar-cane, coffee, cocoa, and cotton. At one point during the Colonization period, there were 793 sugar plantations, 3,117 coffee plantations, 789 cotton plantations,
A city naturally designed to be a great place. The coast line between Fort-Liberté Bay and Point Yaquezi has a low sandy beach. The reefs with mangrove forests are unique. The entrance to the city is easily recognizable
Between 1503 and 1505, Nicolás Ovando founded the town of Puerto Real around the town of Caracol, to the west of Fort-Liberté.
Here is an areal view of Fort-Liberte, Haiti. During the time of the Colonialization, The Harbor of Fort-Liberte was a major port for import and export.
The port is strategically located in the centre of the bay and used to be utilized as a naval base by the French
There ater two major forts which are at the base of the city name. Fort Lachatre and Fort Labourque were captured by Toussaint Louverture the leader of the Haitian Revolution, in 1793.
This is a colonial Cathedral in the historic city of Fort-Liberte.
Fort-Liberté is located in the Nord-Est Department, which borders the Dominican Republic.
It is part of three municipalities, including Ferrier and Perches. The City of Fort-Liberte has a long history. During the colonial era, it was a major plantation area, and today it remains an important coffee-producing area.