Revocation of the Inspector General, Frantz Georges
The Inspector General and head of intelligence of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) was laid off. On Saturday, October 27, on the radio of the capital, the Commissioner Michel-Ange Louis-Jeune, spokesman of the National Police of Haiti (PNH), confirmed that the Inspector General, Frantz Georges, intelligence officer in the National Police of Haiti (PNH), had been revoked, after being subject to provisional measures, following several internal investigations. This decision was taken jointly by the General Inspectorate of the PNH and the High Command of the police institution. Frantz Georges is accused of corruption, administrative fraud, drug trafficking and being involved in a case of misappropriation of fuel debit cards, intended for police officers from different units and, finally, he is suspected of involvement in the assassination of police inspector Jacques Dominique at Léogâne last May
EDH rescues SOGENER
The EDH has just granted, from its stock, a loan of 200,000 gallons of fuel oil to SOGENER. This supply will enable SOGENER to continue to operate the Varreux 1 plant for another week, EDH announced.
Paralysis of Traffic on National Highway # 2
On Wednesday, October 23, four containers, eight trucks and tree trunks and stones were used to block National Highway # 2 , in Gressier, notably Carrefour Garde-Gendarme, Merger, Grande-Saline (Lambi district) and Makòm.
The national time will fall by 60 minutes
In a note released on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, the General Secretariat of the Presidency reminds the general public and the press in particular that , according to the provisions of the presidential decree of Wednesday, March 7, 2012, the adoption of the change of time according to the seasons is permanent. Thus, the national time will decline from 60 minutes to 2 am on Sunday, November 3, 2019.
Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet and Ralph Youri Chevry meet
On Wednesday, October 23, 2019, the Minister has. i. of the Interior and Local Authorities, Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet, held a meeting in his office with the Mayor of Port-au-Prince, Ralph Youri Chevry. This meeting focused in particular on the efforts of the government in place to clean up the capital and contribute to the capacity building of the city of Port-au-Prince.
Visit of the Taiwan Ambassador to Haiti to the National Ambulance Center
The Taiwan Ambassador to Haiti, Bernard Bang-zhy Liu, paid a visit to the Ambulance Center on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 (CAN), with a team from the Taiwanese construction company OEEC, established in Haiti for twenty years. The visit is part of the implementation of the CAN-funded project, funded by the Government of Taiwan, one component of which is the provision of administrative and dormitory space for staff. 
Jean-Myrtho Wall, Assaulted
Contrary to reports that Wall of the Walls Jean-Myrtho said Jericho Wall of Zenith was physically assaulted by unidentified individuals at Carrefour on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, he rather, he was the victim of a family conflict, involving his brother-in-law and his wife. His brother-in-law, who appeared on Radio Mega, gave his version of the facts.
A Haitian forty-year-old man, dead in the Massacre river
On Tuesday, October 22, 2019, the body of a Haitian quadragenarian was found, in the bed of the Massacre river, in “Lavigua”, a locality from the province of Dajabón, Dominican Republic. The identity of the victim, who was attempting to cross the border river between the two countries, to illegally travel to the Dominican Republic by land, has not yet been revealed.
A Haitian entrepreneur, dead in Canada
The entrepreneur Paul Lalanne, owner of the Haitian products store “Lalanne Multi Services” in Canada, died in Ottawa, revealed, in a publication, the Ambassador of Haiti to Canada, Frantz Liautaud, as well as members of the Embassy. According to the diplomatic mission, Paul Lalanne was a well-known and valued entrepreneur in the Haitian community of the Outaouais. “We send our sincere condolences to all his family and close friends,” reads
Installation of a new departmental director
The assistant coordinator of the departmental directorates of the Department of Public Works, Transport and Communications, the engineer Jacques Elmine Fritz Dedines, officially proceeded to the installation of the engineer Presmy Pierre, at the head of the Departmental Directorate of the Center (DDC). Mr. Pierre replaces, in this position, the engineer Jean Darguill who represented the old regime for two years now. The swearing in and installation ceremony took place at the administrative complex of Hinche, in the presence of several personalities, including the departmental delegate, the deputy of Thomassique as well as departmental directors of the deconcentrated ministries of the State. 
The Protestant Federation of Haiti announces two weekends of prayers
Rogéda Dorcé Dorcil, Vice President of the Protestant Federation of Haiti (FPH), announced that the institution he leads plans to organize, starting this week, 2 weekends of prayers, from Thursday 24th to Saturday 26th October and from Thursday 31st October to Saturday 2nd November 2019, in several regions of the country, with a view to marking 502 years of the Protestant Reformation. According to him, it will be an opportunity to mobilize the Protestant community to implore God's assistance, in order to get the country out of this crisis situation.
Group of reflections and initiatives on disability, preoccupied
The Group of reflection and initiatives on disability (GRIH), in a note, is worried, faced with the situation prevailing for several months in the country; a situation that has worsened in recent weeks. The organization takes this opportunity to highlight, for the attention of all, that the disabled population, because of its high social vulnerability, is a great victim of this tense climate that is rampant on the national territory. While recognizing the right of everyone to express themselves in various forms as citizens, the GRIH believes that it is also important to recall the need to respect the fundamental rights of others in these difficult times.
New calendar of anti-Jovenel mobilization
On Wednesday, October 23, 2019, the spokesperson of the Democratic and Popular Sector, André Michel, in a press conference, promised to transform the country into a real field democratic battle, from Sunday October 27th. Opposition leaders launch an umpteenth offensive to dislodge the head of state, Jovenel Moise, from power. From October 27 to November 2, street movements will be intensified, continued the former senatorial candidate of 2015, noting that the name of the president of the transition will be known by next week.
Involvement of the religious sector
The Ministry of the Cultes says to take note of the implication of various religious confessions, in the search of a solution to the socio-political and economic crisis which the country is confronted since several weeks. While recognizing the right of religious and spiritual leaders to freely exercise their pastoral ministry in Haiti, the Ministry of Cults urges them to encourage their faithful to cultivate tolerance and moderation, with the aim of preserving fragile peace, a condition [19659042sinequanon to this search for a solution to the country's problems. The institution also reiterated its commitment to guarantee the practice of cults, freely, throughout the national territory.
Resignation of one of the assessors mayors of Saint-Marc
Elected under the banner of the UNIR party, Frantz Ulysse, assessor mayor of Saint-Marc, resigned on Thursday, October 24, 2019 from the municipal council. He mentions, in his letter, the central administration which “refuses the project of decentralization” and which “minimizes the role of the territorial collectivities in the real development of the country”. He said “join the people” in his mobilization to obtain the resignation of President Jovenel Moses. Frantz Ulysses was elected during the October 2015 elections. Elections were scheduled to take place this month to renew the mayors' mandate, among others.
A security officer killed at Delmas 33
A security guard, assigned to a commercial company called Mo-Easy Communication, was shot dead on Thursday, October 24, to Gérald Bataille (Delmas 33 ). Company officials anonymously confirmed the information, stating that the attack was against the vehicle carrying the employees, including the officer in question. Reached several projectiles, he was rushed to the hospital where he died. The thugs were able to escape carrying with them a large sum of money.
Nou pa p Dòmi puts pressure on the Court of Auditors
The “ petrochallengers ” of the structure Nou pa p Dòmi , in a letter to the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Disputes, dated Thursday, 24 October, draws the attention of the latter to the publication of the final report of the PetroCaribe case. They require the judges of the Court of Auditors, the 25% of the PetroCaribe report, the debtor's and the quits related to it.
ANAMAH worries about the paralysis of the judiciary
The President of the National Association of Haitian Judges (ANAMAH), Jean Wilner Morin, expresses concern about the deterioration of the state of right because of the dysfunction of the judiciary. Justice is absent, non-existent, deplored the magistrate, stressing that judges are unable to go to court, because of widespread insecurity. The rate of prolonged pretrial detention is exploding, he said, citing the violation of human rights of detainees. The lawyer says he hopes that arrangements will be made to encourage the resumption of judicial activities.
A young man, killed at the corner of Avenue N and Pacot
A young man, whose identity was not revealed, was shot several times in the evening Wednesday, October 23, 2019, by unidentified armed individuals, at the corner of Avenue N and Pacot, we learned. The bandits fled after committing their crime.
Security on the Haitian-Dominican Border, Questioned
Rubén Paulino Sem and Estanislao Gonell Regalado, respectively Minister of Defense and Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the Dominican Republic, stated that civil unrest in Haiti posed no threat to their country, claiming that the situation is fully under control and that all necessary military devices, including elite units, are deployed on the Haitian-Dominican border to ensure security in the area. border.
UNICEF provides fuel support to 23 health institutions
The Minister of Public Health and Population, Marie Greta Roy Clément, at a meeting on Tuesday on the response to the crisis, thanked UNICEF for the supply of fuel to 23 hospitals located in the departments of Nippes, South and Grand'Anse, which were difficult to access in recent weeks. This diesel contribution is intended to provide access to care for nearly 370,000 children under five and more than 120,000 pregnant women for a period of about one month.
Around the creation of some 2,000 jobs in Haiti
The Haitian footwear company JL Fine Shoes SA said it received, on Wednesday, October 23, 2019, the visit of the president of the American company , Earth Shoes Inc., Philippe Meynard. According to Jean Lucien Ligondé, president and CEO of the Haitian shoe manufacturing company JL Fine Shoes S.A., this visit is part of a partnership between the two companies, aimed at creating jobs for the benefit of the Haitian people. The boss of the American company, Earth Shoes Inc., in partnership with JL Fine Shoes S.A, promised the creation of 2,000 jobs in Haiti.
Panic around scattered cases of fish mortality
The Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development, in a note bearing the signature of its holder, Jobert C. Angrand, informed the sellers, consumers of seafood, fishermen, fishermen's associations and the press in particular, that sporadic cases of fish mortality at Acul Bay and cases of contamination at Anse-à-Foleur (North-West) were reported during the first half of October 2019. “Conscious of its responsibilities and the smooth running of the sector”, the MARNDR reassures the population that no epidemic or human mortality has been reported until that date. However, given the sensitivity of marine species, any consumption of rotting fish products can cause digestive disorders, reads the note.
Student march in Port-au-Prince
Students from the State University of Haiti, associated with those from private universities, organized a peaceful march to the capital on Friday 25 October, to denounce the poor living conditions of the Haitian population. Students walked on the tarmac to demand the departure of the Head of State, Jovenel Moise. On the other hand, on Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 October, were held by trade unions to demonstrate and denounce living conditions in factories, misery and high cost of living. The departure of the Head of State will be at the heart of the demands of the trade unions
Altidor Jean Hervé