Paving work on the 36 km Camp Coq / Vaudreuil road has begun.

Zapping Haiti news: Moese welcomes the new Cuban leader

 Moese welcomes the new Cuban leader
"I welcomes the arrival at the head of the Cuban State of Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez (58 years) and convey to him the wishes of success of the Haitian people in the accomplishment of his high office. I hope that the productive cooperation between our two Nations will continue and strengthen over time," Jovenel Moïse.

The Congress of the OPL disturbed
"Friday, April 20 in Jacmel, protesters assaulted the premises of the National Congress held by the OPL. I vehemently condemn this stupid attack and renew my full solidarity with the friends of the OPL to whom I wish a fruitful Congress," said Senator Joseph Lambert, Speaker of the Senate.

New school lunch program
Laurent Bonneau, Head of the Cooperation and Cultural Action Department of the French Embassy, went to Fond des Nègres where the World Food Program and the Bureau of Nutrition and Development (BND) are implementing a pilot program of school canteens financed by French food aid and using exclusively local purchases: cereals (rice, millet, ground corn) and especially fresh vegetables (carrots, aubergines, spinach, cabbage, tubers ...). About 60 schools in the Nippes Department currently benefit from this program, its results very encouraging it could be replicated more widely, together with other donors.

Paving works
Paving work on the 36 km Camp Coq / Vaudreuil road has begun.

Steering Committee of the States General, already 4 resignations
With the resignation of Mgr. Louis Kebreau Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Sectoral General States of the Nation Kebreau now has the resignation of 4 members: former Prime Minister Jacques Edouard Alexis, former Prime Minister Michèle Pierre-Louis, and the professor Claude Moise.

PNH : Gédéon touring the North
Friday Michel-Ange Gédéon, Director General of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) was on tour in Port-de-Paix among others to continue the efforts to improve police facilities in different cities of the country. This allowed him to see the poor housing conditions of the police and the state of disrepair of the main police station of the region.

Cabinet reshuffle
Friday, Lucien Jura, the Communications Adviser to the President a few hours after the expiry of the ultimatum issued Wednesday to the Head of State by the deputy of Thomassique Francisque Delacruz (KID) of the majority groupfor he carry out a cabinet reshuffle said "the prerogative to decide whether or not to change members of the government team belongs only to the Head of State. The Executive will analyze in a sovereign way, the opportunity or not, to reshape the government, in calm and serenity."