Jean-Louis Pierrot (1761-1857) was a career officer and general in the Haïtian Army. He became president of Haïti on April 16, 1845. During the first Haïtian Kingdom, Henry I promoted Pierrot to the rank of Lieutenant General in the Army and granted him the hereditary title of Prince. As President of Haïti, he was intended to be a figurehead for the Mulatto ruling class. A failure in that role, he was overthrown in a coup d'etat on March 24, 1846, after attempting reforms in the government. He is known to have had a daughter, Marie Louise Amélia Célestine (Princess Pierrot), who in 1845 married Lieutenant-General Pierre Nord-Alexis, a provincial governor under Emperor Faustin I, and later Haïtian Minister for War between 1867-1869.
Friday, as part of the mobilization for the launch of the Caravan of Change, scheduled for February 7 (coinciding with the first anniversary of the government), the President Jovenel Moïse, accompanied by engineer Fritz clot, Minister for Public Works, Transport and Communications, conducted an evaluation
On Monday day of the binational market of Dajabón, the Haitian authorities intervened to try to enforce the decision to prohibit entry into Haiti of 23 Dominican products. It should be remembered that this decision, which came into force on October 1, 2015, has been