Enex Jean-Charles and 15 cabinet members sworn in on March 28, 2016. Among the people present were former Prime Minister Evans Paul who was very critical of President Jocelerme Privert.
Installation of the new Prime Minister was completed following the confirmation of Haitian parliament and the new nine-member Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) has been established for organizing the second round of presidential elections, remaining parliamentary elections, and local elections to complete the electoral process begun in 2015. On March 28, 2016, the former Prime Minister Evans Paul has transferred his power to the new Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles at the National Palace in the presence of the Interim President Jocelerme Privert. On the same day, the new Prime Minister and 15 cabinet members have sworn in as part of the country's interim government. Some activists, who were present at the ceremony of the transfer of power between the two Prime Ministers, showed their dissatisfaction with the former Prime Minister Evans Paul, and interrupted his message delivered for the occasion.
Here is a picture of Mr. Ginot Bonnet who was installed as the new Director General at the Ministry of Interior
The Minister of Interior and Territorial Communities (MICT), Ariel Henry, helped to install new MICT Director General Ginot Bonnet.
Minister Henry urged Bonnet to work together with all actors of MICT to create an environment to support the peaceful holding of upcoming elections.
Bonnet assured Henry and employees and executives of MICT he would acknowledge their ableness and commitment ". . . to strengthen MICT interventions for better services to local government."
Here is a view of the new website launched by the Haitian government that is expected to make life much easier for the public. The Administrative Information Centre (CRA)
Administrative Information Center Delivers Easy-to-Use Experience for Citizens
The Haitian government has implemented a new service for citizens to use public services without getting caught in a bureaucratic maze. Called the Administrative Information Center (CRA), it is a website portal directing users to public services information.
Inter-American Development Bank funded CRA for $900,000 USD. Ronald Decembre, Tax Reform Secretary says CRA adds ". . . to the quality of services offered to the population . . ." Haitian-Canadian company, GENINOV, engineered and built CRA.
This is a picture where the US Agency for International Development (USAID) was delivering 10 ambulances to the Ambulance National Center (CAN) in Haiti
On Monday, December 15, 2014, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) donated 10 ambulances to the Ambulance National Center (CAN) to strengthen its North-East network and open the South. The delivery ceremony was attended by the First Lady Sophia Martelly in the presence of Dr. Florence Duperval Guillaume, the interim Priminister of Haiti (then she was the Minister of Health), Dr. Rajiv Shav, General Administrator of USAID, and other financial and technical personalities from the ministry. According to Dr. Shah, about 70% of the Haitian women give birth at home due to the lack of emergency medical services. He expressed his belief that these ambulances will improve the emergency health care system in Haiti provided it is supplemented by government support programs. The First Lady conveyed her solidarity with the emergency health care management program.
The Office of Insurance Against Third Vehicles (OAVCT) launched national competition to design new logo
After 50 years in business, the Office of Insurance Against Third Vehicles (OAVCT) wishes to update their look with a new logo, and launched a national competition to find one. Open to specialized firms and professionals, the winning logo will be selected for its ability to show the company's overhaul into the modern age, and the vitality of the new management team. Participants must email their entries to email@example.com along with their full name, National Identification number, and Tax Identification number. Specialized firms must send a copy of their up-to-date license.
In an effort to decrease the constant blackout in Haiti and to put Haiti in a path of recovery and economic development, the Inter-American Development Bank has decided to give to Electricit d'Ha ti EDH , 35 million in the form of a grant.
This is what the grant from the Inter-American Development Bank is expected to do: repair the electricity infrastructure affected by the 2010 earthquake, support the rehabilitation of the P ligre hydroelectric plant, support the use of solar energy. On the other side, this was supposed to deal with the problem of Cumberland as well.
Electricit d'Ha ti EDH is also expected to work on efforts to reduce technical and commercial losses by upgrading its equipment and increase billing and collection.
Here is a picture of the new Court of First Instance of Anse-à-Veau
The ribbons of the newly built Court of First Instance were cut on Wednesday, October 1, 2014. The special inauguration was peopled by Director General of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, Jean Roudy Aly, among others, at the Court's new premises in Anse-à-Veau.
The project is one under the expansion plan that would see fifty Justice buildings being built each year. The new building is more pleasing to the eye and offers the judges in situ more space and comfort.
Here is a picture of the Prison of Croix des Bouquets, Haiti.
Businessman Clifford Brandt, the alleged leader of a powerful gang of kidnappers as well as Sonson Lafamilia are among the inmates at this high security prison.
Clifford Brandt was charged with the kidnapping of several people ans as of this Sunday, August 10, 2014, he is on the run
Recently, Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe took a visit to the Prison of Croix des Bouquets as the prison was gust finished and was supposed to help solve the ongoing problem of prison overcrowding in haiti
The Haitian government finally has decided to make a headcount of all its citizens. It will soon proceed in the distribution of 2 million birth certificate forms to allow all Haitian citizens without a birth certificate to obtain one. The government will provide this service free of charge. This was made possible, thanks to a Presidential Decree made to address the problem of Haitians without a Birth Certificate in the country
Pawol Pale, Pawol Kompran
Mezanmi, sanble bagay fo laj prale fini an Ayiti.
Afè lè ke yo mande ou laj ou pou kommance konte kombyen rekot kafe ou te ouè, Gouvenman Ayisyen-a vle mete yon prin final nan sa. Trè byentom Gouvenman sa aprale fè distribisyon 2 milyon fòm batistè. Fòm sa yo aprale pèmèt tout sitwayen san batistè jwenn batistè vit epi gratis.
Se yon Dekrè ke Prezidan Michel Martelly passe. Ministè a raple ke anba dekrè sa a, nenpòt moun ki pa janm te gen yon batistè, gen yon peryòd de senk (5) ane pou yo jwein batistè.
Bagay sa kapab rezoud problem