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Haiti Politics - Guyler C. Delva changes his mind, he will NOT resign as Communication Minister

Guyler C. Delva, Ministre de la Culture et de la Communication Haitian Communication Minister Guyler C. Delva who announced his resignation Tuesday changed his mind because, he says, President Jovenel Moise asked him to reconsider his decision. more »

Haiti Communication Minister Guyler C. Delva announces his resignation (VIDEO)

Guyler C. Delva, Ministre de la Culture et de la Communication Haitian communication Minister Guyler C. Delva announced on his Twitter page that he is about to submit his resignation to president of Haiti Jovenel Moise who complained recently that communication is a big problem in his administration. more »

Haiti Government Minister confirms cancellation of decision to raise gas prices

Guyler C. Delva, Ministre de la Culture et de la Communication Haitian communication minister, Guyler C. Delva, confirms a government note release to suspend the decision to raise gas prices in Haiti following violent protest in Haiti days after the decision. more »

Haiti - 4 Ministers in the Jovenel-Lafontant government appointed without 'decharge'

PHOTO: Haiti - President Jovenel Moise, Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant The word 'decharge' has resurfaced once again in Haitian politics. Four (4) mimisters if the government of President Jovenel Moise and Prime minister Jack Guy Latontant were not discharged of their previous management were they were accountable for public money (comptables de deniers publics). more »

90 percent of the fuel subsidy in Haiti goes to 20 percent of the richest people, Communication minister says

Guyler C. Delva, Ministre de la Culture et de la Communication Ninety percent of the fuel subsidy (subvention gas) in Haiti goes to 20 percent of the richest people, the government cannot continue to finance those who can purchase fuel in the country, Haiti communication minister Guyler C. Delva said. more »