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June 2, 1811: Henry Christophe was crowned in Cape Town

  • June 2, 2024
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The ephemeris of the day: national holidays, events marking the history of Haiti, proverbs… the online agency Juno7 brings you a refresher of your memory.

It is Sunday June 2, 2024

June 2, 1794: Port-Républicain in the hands of the English.- After an attack which lasted almost three days, the English seized Port-Républicain (Port-au-Prince).

June 2, 1811: Henry Christophe was crowned in Cape Town. The King of England, George III, sent a representative to the ceremony.

June 2, 1812: Pétion attempts to bribe certain officers of Christophe’s army in order to have him assassinated during mass at Saint-Marc. The plot was betrayed. Before mass, Christophe personally takes command of his honor guard and has the plotters shot on the spot.

1935: A committee prepares a new constitution, allowing Stenio Vincent to serve a second term in power.

June 2, 2010: The Interim Commission for the Reconstruction of Haiti (IHRC) meets in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, during a new international conference on the reconstruction of Haiti. 54 countries and 35 international organizations have already confirmed their participation in this forum on the reconstruction of the country which should be the last. There were more conferences, more engagement than reconstruction projects. Several organizations got their jackpots and settled their own affairs. The wife of the head of the Commission gave us a Martelly-President as a gift!

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