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113 Gourdes for 1 US dollar
More than 113 gourdes for 1 US dollar for sale on the banking market (rate on Friday, June 5, 2020), while the reference rate of the Bank of the Republic of Haiti, exceeded 110 Gourdes for a US dollar.

Police inspector commits suicide
On Sunday afternoon, police inspector Merandieu Jean Baptiste, committed suicide, inside the police station of Gonaïves where he had recently been transferred. Information confirmed by the Spokesman of the National Police of Haiti (PNH). The reasons for this desperate move are unknown at this time.

Violent road accident 5 dead, several injured
Saturday evening on the RN #3 at Morne à Cabri, (Croix-des-Bouquets) two vehicles collided violently, Result 5 dead and wounded including several seriously.

Death of Inspector Calito Alcy
Inspector Calito Alcy, head of the North Departmental Office of the juvenile protection brigade, died on Saturday of illness.

10,000 Gdes to have the right to have tinted windows
All vehicle owners (regularly insured and registered) who because of their professional activities, wish to circulate in a vehicle with tinted windows and windscreens must pay an annual fee of 10,000 Gourdes under “Vehicle Tinting Right”, payable between October 1 and December 31 in one of the offices of the Directorate General of Taxes (DGI).

Strengthening Civil Protection
The Interior Ministry will continue to play its full role during the hurricane period which began on June 1. The components of the Directorate of Civil Protection (DPC) will be reinforced, as well as synergy with the Ministry of Health in order to face the double threat : cyclonic and sanitary declared Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe

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