According to a police source who spoke to Juno7, Cholzer Chancy, the former deputy of Ennery, was moved this Tuesday, January 23, 2024, at around 10:30 a.m. to the Civil Prison of Port-au-Prince, also known as the National Penitentiary, in compliance with the deposition order of investigating judge Al Duniel Dimanche. Officially, our source refuted reports circulating that the former National Assembly Vice-President was expected to stay at the Pétion-Ville Police Station. The deposition order against the former MP that Judge Al Duniel issued on Sunday, she 

added, was submitted too late. She underscores, “This is the reason Cholzer Chancy spent the night at the Pétion-Ville police station. Notably, following his hearing in relation to the corruption 

case at the National Equipment Center (CNE) on Sunday, Judge 

Al Duniel issued an order for Cholzer Chancy’s arrest on Monday, January 22, 2024. Following the former parliamentarian’s detention, the people of Ennery launched a 

protest campaign calling for his release.

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