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Singer, actor and producer Jean-Claude Guillaume is dead

Since December 2015, the social media has been announcing his death following the deterioration of his health. However Jean-Claude Guillaume has been fighting until Wednesday, June 15, 2016 when he finally passed away at New England Sinai Hospital in Stoughton, Boston, Massachusetts.

Jean-Claude Guillaume had made peace with his creator before his death. His most recent music album ha the gospel hit song called "Temwanyaj, produced to testify to the greatness of God. The Haitian artist never lost hope as he was suffering. He testified that he made the song to say thank you to God and show him gratitude for curing him form his cancer.

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Four G8 members will not run in next Presidential election

The G8 no longer exist; however, it continues to make news. It is conformed that four of the members for sure will not participate in the next presidential election. According to Samuel Madistin in an interview with Valery Numa on Vision 2000, Mario Andresol, Eric Jean Baptiste, Sauveur Pierre Étienne and Steven Benoit will not participate in the next Presidential election in Haiti. He continued to say that Jean-Henry Céant and himself (Samuel Madistin) have not made a decision yet. The two candidate who will for sure participate in the next election are Jude Celestin and Moise Jean Charles

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The G8 is now history as Jean-Henry Ceant left

The G8 can no longer exist as one of the member left. This is the case when Jean-Henry Céant calls it quit. In a letter addressed to his colleagues of G8 former presidential candidate under the banner of Renmen Ayiti, Jean-Henry Céant made the announcement that he was forced to leave the G8. As a result, he has dissociated himself from the group

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Michel Stephane Bruno killed by bandit on motorcycle

Michel Stéphane Bruno who was a passionate and brilliant innovator was shot dead on wednesday around 9:25 PM at Puits Blain 17 as he was victim of a bandit attack on motorcycle. Born in Port-au-Prince on May 8, 1974, Michel Stéphane Bruno had worked for more than ten years in the field of technology. He was a leading figure in internet and ICT development in Haiti.

As usual, the Haitian authorities has opened an investigation in an attempt to capture the bandits and bring them to justice.

What do you think?

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Amnesty International, Haitians and Dominicans are deported to Haiti

In the recent wave of deportations, the Dominican authorities have manage to deport both Haitians and Dominicans to Haiti. According to Amnesty International, the Dominican Republic has expelled more than 100,000 people to Haiti; many of which being carried out illegally. The agency was able to verify close to 1,600 of those who were deported to Haiti as being entitled to Dominican nationality.

In addition, Amnesty International reported that many of the deportations are carried out without leaving any records. Information gathered suggested that some of these people were arrested in the street and taken straight to the border if they were unable to produce identification documents on the spot. Legal services were not offered to them.

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Jocelerme Privert, Message to the Nation at the end of Mandate

For those people who think that Jocelerme Privert is no longer president of Haiti, this message will not be well received. The President of Haiti, Jocelerme Privert, has spoken and it is to remind everyone that stability continues at the level of the executive government. He spoke about the note signed by both Mr. Cholzer Chancy, President of the Chamber of Deputies and Ronald Lareche, Vice-President of the Senate that has created confusion for the public is not the appropriate answer to the current problem. The government is functional. his mandate is to organize elections in Haiti.

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$4,5 millions Petrocaribe fund spent on Polaris not delivered

The corruption regarding PetroCaribe fund does not seem to be ending any time soon. More stuff are being discovered each day. The latest discovery is a $4,5 millions dollars spent by the Martelly government to equip Haiti National Police with some Polaris vehicles to facilitate movement. According to Senator Youri Latortue on Radio Scoop FM yesterday, none of the vehiches were deliverd to the PNH. The information was furnished by the actual Policer chief, Mchel Ange Gedeon.

The only Polaris vehicles in possession of the PNH are 20 given by the Canadian Embassy. These fund were released at the time Evans Paul was Prime Minister.

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Who is now in charge of Haiti: Privert?, Parliament? Enex? only god knows

The National assembly scheduled for June 14 to decide on the future of the Jocelerme Privert did not take place. Only about 30 Senators and Deputies were present yesterday afternoon. We now have a unique situation in Haiti where nobody knows who is really in charge. Is it the National assembly that is unable to hold a meeting? Is it Jocelerme Privert who's term expired on June 14? is it Vice President Enex Jean-Charles?

The Haitian Parliament has declared now they are in charge of the country. In a note issued on June 14, 2016 by both Mr. Cholzer Chancy, President of the Chamber of Deputies and Ronald Lareche, Vice-President of the Senate, The Haitian Parliament wants to inform the nation that this 14th of June, 2016 brought the end of the 120 days of the mendate for the Provisional President Jocelerme Privert. As a rtesult, the Haitian Parliament is engaged in working with the other powers to find a solution.

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FLASH - curfew last night in Haiti due to possible threats

Due to credible information obtained by the Superior Council of the National Police (NUMC) about planning of large-scale acts against the life and property of the population, they have decided to ban all movement of people and vehicles in throughout Haiti from 10:00PM on Monday, June 13 until 5:00 am this Tuesday, June 14, 2016. The only vehicles allowed to travel are ambulances and those assigned to the Police department Nationale d'Haiti (PNH).

People who may be forced to move for medical reasons should contact the National Ambulance Center

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FLASH - January - May 2016, 419 people murdered, 33 kidnapped in Haiti

The security continues to be a problem in Haiti. The possibility for one to be either murdered or kidnapped is real. According to the spokesman of the National Police of Haiti, Commissioner Frantz Lerebours, for the first five months in 2016 or between January and May 2016, 419 the PNH has officially recorded a total of 419 people murdered in Haiti. In January, 83 people were killed, in February: 81, March: 107, April: 80 and in May: 68. In addition, Commissioner Frantz Lerebours indicated that 33 cases of kidnapping were reported for the same period. In January, 4 reported cases of kidnapping, February: 14, March: 10, April: 3 and May: 2

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