Here a picture of the Electoral adviser Vijonet Déméro.
The representative of the Protestant Federation of Haiti (FPH), Vijonet Demero, calls it quit. He resigned from the CEP on Friday, 1/15/16. Vijonet Demero was also the Secretary General of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP)
In a letter dated January 15, 2016 addressing President Michel Martelly, Mr. Vijonet Déméro, the Secretary General of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) and an electoral adviser, representing the Protestant Federation of Haiti (FPH) has submitted his resignation from the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) for reasons beyond his control and has disclosed his plan to return to his earlier role at the Protestant Church. We might recall that in the last December Senator Desras had broadcast on several radio stations that Demero took $ 30,000 for favoring a candidate for deputy. An investigation was initiated by the Federation Ethics Committee, together with other bodies, including the National Defense Network of Human Rights (RNDDH). However, they found no evidence supporting the allegation. His resignation came within a week of the resignation (January 7, 2016), of another adviser Ricardo Augustin, a Representative of the Catholic Church. Ricardo was forced to resign on that day.
Here is a picture of Lencie Mirville, victim of kidnapping in Haiti. She was tortured, killed after her family had managed to collect a $50,000 Ransom from family and friends and deliver to the kidnappers
Lencie S. Mirville (23-year old), a student of the University Quisqueya was brutally killed by some kidnappers. Her dead body was found on December 8th, disfigured and wrapped in a sheet at the bottom of a cliff in a gully in Morne Karaté, near the road of L'amitié (Southeast). The young student was kidnapped on December 3rd in Bizoton 51. Her father is the owner of Bureau de change located in Carrefour. The kidnappers claimed $150,000 from him as ransom. However, her family managed to collect and pay only $50,000. Lencie was tortured, and then killed after the funds were delivered. As per latest news (December 21), the police (PNH) have arrested 4 individuals involved in the case of the kidnapping and murder of Lencie Mirville. One of them is an employee (mechanic) of the victim's father. They are St Jean Mayson aka "Sonson" or "Lapoula", William B. Geraldy, Edyson Barthélemy "Big" and Guerrier Jean Francky. They have past criminal records in the police book and have confessed their crime.
Prezidan Michel Martelly resevwa kalifikasyon de nouvo anbasadè akredite an Ayiti, se Anbasadè Sharon Isabel Cambell nan Wayòm Ini ak Anbasadè Marcelo Apicella nan peyi Itali.
New Ambassadors in Haiti, Sharon Isabel Cambell and Marcelo Apicella
President Michel Martelly received the credentials of two new Ambassadors accredited to Haiti, Ambassador Sharon Isabel Cambell of United Kingdom and Ambassador Marcelo Apicella of Italy.
On Monday, December 14, 2015, at the National Palace, President Michel Martelly received the credentials of two new Ambassadors accredited to Haiti. The new ambassadors are: Ambassador Sharon Isabel Campbell (United Kingdom) and Ambassador Marcelo Apicella (Italy). Ambassador Sharon Campbell joined the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO, UK) in 1983. With vast experience in international affairs, including security and consular matters, she has previously served in Poland, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Venezuela, and Belgium. Earlier to this appointment, she was the British Ambassador to the Republic of Costa Rica (2011-15). Her husband Christopher Campbell is also a diplomat (FCO, UK). Marcelo Apicella (born June 10, 1964) joined the diplomatic career on July 3, 1995. He was appointed as the Secretary of Legation in June 1997. In 1999, he was appointed as the Consul at Split, Croatia (1999 -2005). Later became Secretary of Legation at the Consulate General of Italy, in Paris with the capacity of Consul. In 2007 he returned to the Foreign Ministry as the Directorate-General for Human Resources and Organization. In 2010 he was appointed First Counsellor for Emigration and Social Affairs in Buenos Aires. From January 1, 2013, he took charges as the Minister Counsellor at the Italian Embassy in Buenos Aires. He was appointed as the Italian Ambassador in Panama on June 2015. The two new Ambassadors have reiterated their commitments to strengthen ties between the countries and improve the living conditions of the Haitian population.
It was reported that over a dozen armed bandits dressed in military claiming to be former FADH military have terrorized the population of Arcahaie today. According to witnesses, they burned Police Station in Saint-Medard and also took the opportunity to rob a credit Union in the same area.
As Michel Martelly getting ready to leave office, many are asking one question: who will replace him either temporarily or permanently?. Who will have this heavy task to put things in order. So far, the three most likely candidates are: 1) the current judge of the Court of Cassation Jules Cantave, 2) the president of the Senate Jocelerme Privert 3) the actual Defacto Prime Minister Evans Paul.
On the other side, I also know that based on interest, many people would see it differently. Do you see it the same way i do? Do you see something evolving that i have not seen yet?
Do you have any suggestion?
The Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) looks currently like a sinking ship where all passengers are trying to get out from before the worst happens. Pierre Manigat Junior is the latest casualty by becoming the fifth member to resign. On Saturday it was made public that Pierre Manigat Junior would be resigning the CEP, bringing it to just four members. At this point, we can all conclude that January 24, 2016 election day not possible.
Pierre Manigat Junior vin senkyèm manm CEP ki bay demisyon
Konsèy Elektoral Pwovizwa a (KEP) sanble kounye a tankou yon bato ki ap desann kote tout pasaje yo ap eseye soti deyò avan bato sa koule. Pierre Manigat Junior se senkyèm manm nan KEP ki bay demisyon li. Nan samdi yo te di ke Pierre Manigat Junior ta dwe kite CEP a. Nan pwen sa a, nou ka konkli ke eleksyon 24 janvye an pa posib.
Haitian-born, Mother Mary, Oblate Sisters of Providence founder, has entered the final phase of canonization as the first black female saint.
Mother Mary died in 1882 after a lifetime of service to African-American children. She established a private school for them and the first black order, the Oblate Sisters.
Her remains have been placed in the Motherhouse in Baltimore.
What remains for canonization is a Positio, enumerating her works for God, and proof of two miracles in her life.
Minis pou jèn, Espò ak Aksyon Civic, Jimmy ALBERT procécé a enstale Sabine Martelly kòm nouvo Sekretè nan Leta a pou jèn, Espò ak Aksyon Civic, Lendi 14 desanm 2015. Sabine Martelly pran avantaj nan pou tou envite paran yo, edikatè yo, associations jèn yo, nasyonal ak patnè entènasyonal pou l kontinye ankadreman enpòtan segman sa nan popilasyon an.
Sabine Martelly, new Secretary of State for Youth, Sports and Civic l`Action
Minister of Youth, Sports and Civic Action, Jimmy has ALBERT procécé to install Sabine Martelly as the new Secretary of State for Youth, Sports and Civic Action, this Monday, December 14, 2015 to the Annex to MJSAC Brothers. Sabine Martelly also invites parents, educators, youth associations, national and international partners to continue to frame this important segment of the population.
Biwo Idantifikasyon Nasyonal la (ONI) te anonse yon pwogram idantifikasyon nesans. Nouvo sistèm ultra sofistike sa a byometrik (anprent), pral pèmèt pou yon sekirite pi bon nan idantifikasyon sitwayen ayisyen. Fanmchay pral patisipe nan koleksyon done. Aplikasyon pwogram sa ap koute gouvènman ayisyen an plis ke $ 50 milyon dola US. Chak sitwayen granmoun san yon kat idantite, responsab pou peye yon amann nan 500 goud. Lalwa espere konplètman aplike an 2017.
Identification at birth program launched by ONI.
The National Identification Office(ONI) announced an identification program at birth. This ultra sophisticated and reliable new biometric system (fingerprint), will allow for a better security in Haitian citizen identification. Midwives will be involved in the data collection and implementation will cost the Haitian Government over US $50 million. Every adult citizen without an identity card, is liable to a fine of 500 gourdes and by 2017, the law is expected to be fully implemented.