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President Jovenel Moise, welcomes the commitment of women and men journalists and press workers to Haiti on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, May 3, 2017.

Moise took advantage of this special day to" renew his commitment to creating a stable and serene climate likely to favor the good functioning of the fourth power which he also calls on to always show professionalism and probity in the exercise of Its noble mission." According to a statement published by the office of the President.

Bearing in mind the hard struggle of several generations of journalists to allow the emergence of a free press and imbued with republican values, President Jovenel Moses promises to work during his five-year period to reinforce the achievements of freedom of expression, expression in all its forms.

The President of the Republic, convinced that a responsible and informed press is a guarantee for the establishment of democracy, believes it useful to put his own in this perpetual struggle for the respect of the right to freedom of expression.

As per customs, the President together with his wife, Martine Moise, visited the headquarters of Haiti's oldest newspaper Le Nouvelliste, which also was celebrating its 119 years anniversary.