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Evans Paul prohibited from entering Prime Minister residence in Bourdon

On Monday, March 7, 2016, Former Prime Minister Evans Paul who thought he could go back to the official residence of the Prime Minister to conduct business as usual after abandoning it following the investiture of Prime Minister Fritz Jean was very surprised. Some agents of the CIMO force were guarding the facility and received order to prevent Evans Paul or any member from his cabinet from entering the premises. Evans Paul who thinks the space is still under his control since there is not yet another Prime Minister wanted to use the official residence of the Prime Minister to meet with his potential successor.

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CIMO officers shot during Haiti Protest

At least two policemen have been injured after clashes erupted between opposition supporters and police forces during a protest against presidential election results in Port-au-Prince. It was reported that the CIMO officer received the bullet in the belly. He was taking to a truck, head wrapped and later observed getting out of the car on his own. The protest yesterday was erupted following the final results of the first round of the presidential elections that were released on Monday by the CEP. The CEP has announced that Jovenel Moise and Jude Celestin had come out as the two top winners of the first round of the presidential election.

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Inauguration of new CIMO building

Equipped with library and conference room, the new CIMO building is now fully operational. The inauguration procedure took place on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 in front of the Haitian president Michel Martelly at the Delmas location.

Watch the VIDEO - Inauguration of new CIMO building

This new building includes a dormitory with a capacity of 400 beds, a cafeteria, a shooting space, laundry, gym, games room and parking for over 30 vehicles. It also came with a sticker price of 4.2 million dollars. It is quite an impressive building, covering an area of 1,500 m2. This new CIMO building has three floors and is equipped with several modern elements.

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Haitian Students Face Off with Police over the death of Damael d'Haiti

On Monday, November 13, 2012 Haitian students continued their demonstration over the death of one of their owns. This was the third day of non stop protest, where students are demanding justice for the death of Damael d'Haiti, a student shot and killed by a police officer over the weekend at the School of Law and Social Sciences in Port-au-Prince.

"En Ayiti, Jistis Se moun Ki Ba Tet ou Sa..."

Haitian police and CIMO surrendering the protesters, blocked their exit from the law school, and fired tear gas. It has been reported that many people were affected by the gas. Children returning from school as well as other people going about their activities were affected.

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