New CIMO Commander On Friday, Commissioner Vladimir Cherubin was installed as the new Commander of the Corps of Intervention of the Preservation of the Order (CIMO). He replaces Commissioner Jean Louis Paul Ménard who has just been transferred to the Central Administration of the Administrative Police.
Convocation to the Senate
For Sen. Jean Renel Sénatus, Chairman of the Senate Justice and Security Committee, the proliferation of demonstrations by those responsible and sympathizers of Famni Lavalas are only disorder and violence, stressing that these demonstrations are organized on the margins of the law without being notified to the Police and sow fear in the population.
“[…] I learned that there was a meeting in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince to plan attacks against private companies.” He announced that his Commission convened the Minister of Justice and Public Security and the Director General of the National Police on Wednesday. “It is necessary that the Government Commissioner and the Director General of the PNH arrest these perpetrators […] It is not normal for people to think about how to burn private property.”
Martelly was in Cuba
A delegation composed of former President Michel Martelly, accompanied by former First Lady Sophia Martelly and former Prime Minister Evans Paul left the country on Saturday, December 3, 2016, to participate in the funeral ceremonies of Commander Fidel Castro in Santiago de Cuba. This delegation returned in Haïti yesterday Sunday.
Privert returned from Cuba
Returning to the country after his participation in the funeral of Cuban Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro, de facto President of the Republic, Jocelerme Privert, accompanied by First Lady Ginette Michaud Privert and members of the government, gave a short Press briefing at the international airport of Toussaint Louverture International Airport on Sunday, December 4, 2016. The opportunity for the Head of State to renew his sympathies, on behalf of the Haitian government and people, the Cuban people and the family of this orld-wide genius who was nicknamed El Commandante. He took the opportunity to salute the frank collaboration between Haiti and Cuba.
Training on International Human Rights Law
This Tuesday morning will open a Training Session in International Human Rights Law, to the School of Magistrature, in Frères, in the presence of Representatives of the European Union, the Embassy of France and the René Cassin Foundation; This training course for lawyers, magistrates and members of human rights organizations will be provided by professors from the René Cassin Foundation of Strasbourg. The Central Theme will be “International Law of Human Rights, with emphasis on the issue of Statelessness.”