Archive - 2016
In the latest appeal, three legislators in Brooklyn, New York have dispatched a joint letter to the US Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, and to the Obama Administration asking them to rescind their decision to resume deportations of Haitians.
The order of the post-World War 11 era that has given stability to Europe and the United States is being seriously eroded by the rise of white nationalist populism. In some respects, the election of Donald trump to the presidency of the United States is in part attributed to the rise of white nationalism.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — The Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) is set to announce the final results of the November 20 presidential elections on Thursday even as one local human rights group contends that there had been no transparency in the verification process.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Haiti’s economy grew by more than
one per cent in 2016, according to preliminary figures released by the
Directorate of Economic Statistics of the Ministry of Finance.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles has
called on Haitians to “bury the hatchet” and come together for the betterment
of the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM)
NEW YORK (CMC) — A Republican conservative watchdog group in the United States has sued the City of New York and Mayor Bill de Blasio, demanding more information about the mayor’s communications with his long-time Haitian-born friend Patrick Gaspard, who quit earlier this month as US Ambassador to South Africa.