If you try and you don't succeed, try again. Once again, a new date has been selected for the National Assembly to decide on the future of Provisional President Jocelerme Privert. The meeting will take place on Thursday, July 14, 2016 which will be exactly one month after the mandate of President Privert expired. This is according to the Vice-President of the National Assembly, Ronald Lareche. The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Cholzer Chancy, for his part said that there were major progress with various issues in term of political accord in the Parliament. Deputy Chancy insisted that before the National Assembly meet again, the lawmakers must find an accord as to whether or not they will keep Jocelerme Privert to continue to head the government or if they will replace him.
Donald Trump's wealth and love for the finer things in life are well documented. During the 2016 election cycle, he has mentioned that he is self-funding his campaign, but remained reluctant to disclose his finance details.
In last May, Trump in a statement posted to his campaign site claimed that he is worth at least $10 billion and his worth had even increased in the year since he began his campaign. However, financial experts are less certain of such huge opulence. They have valued his net worth to be significantly lower, in a range of $2.9 to $4.5 billion. In 2015, when Trump began his presidential campaign, Bloomberg estimated his worth at $2.9 billion.
The international community doesn't want to fund our next presidential election, no problem. The new Director of Haiti State run National Lottery, Ms. Margareth Fortune believes that we can pay for our own election with fund from the Haiti National Lottery. On the other hand, the former candidate for Platfom Jistis, Andre Michel, thinks that the decision taken by the American government not to help with the election is not a bad decision. The Haitian government should open a special account at the BNC to receive contributions from Haitian citizens inside or outside of the country to help in financing the election. According to the former candidate, the country will take this opportunity to set up process to take back its sovereignty.
Did you know the clothes you wear may determine the number of mosquito bites you receive? Some colors are. mosquitoes have well developed vision and smell senses. They use both effectively to locate and attack the human they want to draw blood from
According to medical entomologist Jonathan Day at the University of Florida, someone who wears colors thath stand out such as black, blue or red, they become targets for mosquito bites
I don't know if mosquitoes usually try their best to keep up with the latest beer trend or like a specific type of beer; however, there is something that definitely attracts them to the beer drinker. Until today, this has remained a mystery. Beer drinkers are more likely to get bitten by mosquitoes than others. According to a recent study, you are more likely to receive mosquito bites after drinking only one 12-once bottle of beer. Although it has not been proved, researchers suspect that drinking beer increases the amount of ethanol in the sweat and the body temperature in human, making it more susceptible to mosquito bites.
Don't you have certain preferences for the part of the chicken, pork or beef you eat? it is the same for the mosquito when it comes to human. You may have noticed, mosquitoes likes to bite you in the arm, ankle or feet. Here is the reason. Research has indicated that the volume of a particular bacteria or specific species of bacteria living on our skin determines our attractiveness to mosquitoes. Those bacteria are of multiple types with greater diversity. However, in some specific regions of the body such as the arms, ankles and feet, these bacteria tend to migrate in colony of limited but specific species. This probably explains why most mosquitoes bite us in the arm, ankle or feet, the areas of the body where more robust bacteria are colonized
Before you start going, no it is not because they have more to offer to the hungry mosquito. Mosquitoes locate their next meal thanks to an organ called maxillary palp located in their breath and the carbon dioxide people emit in the air. A mosquito can locate you from a distance as far as 164 feet away. Adults and bigger individuals tend to exhale more carbon dioxide gas over time. As a result study shows that these people are more likely to be bitten. This is also one of the reasons why children on average complain less about mosquito bites than adults.
Once the mosquito is at close range to you, the reason they keep coming back to you even after you push them away is because of the lactic acid, uric acid, ammonia and other substances you expel via your sweat. If you are exercising, this tends to increase the level of lactic acid and heat in your body; it is likely to make you stand out to mosquito bite. Research also found that some people genetically emit more uric acid and other substances naturally more easily found by mosquito than others.
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An individual with a Type O blood is more delicious than one with Type A. In a study conducted in a controlled environment, researchers found that mosquitoes landed on people with Type O blood more often than any other blood types. The second preference for the mosquitos are people with type B blood. People with type O blood came dead last as the received even less mosquito bites. There is another level to this study which is even more important. Some people easily reveal their blood type through chemical signal in their skin. Those people are more likely to be bitten by mosquitos.
The United States has suspended its financial assistance toward the completion of the presidential election process in Haiti and made it clear that they will not give even a penny for the Oct. 9 rerun election. According to State Department spokesman John Kirby on Thursday, "We did not plan funding for two more electoral rounds in 2016 and 2017". Mr Kirby explained in his news briefing that the suspension of electoral aid did not mean a reduction in U.S. support for various development projects in Haiti.
This is not a shock to the Haitian authorities. Instead it might be welcome even though the government doesn't necessarily have the fund to conduct these elections. The president of the CEP Léopold Berlanger as well as interim President Jocelerme Privert have stated in the past that these elections should be funded by Haitians. Presidential spokesman Serge Simon has stated recently that: "We already made ourselves clear: Haiti will make all effort to find the $55 million to do the elections."
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