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12/07/2018 10:20:52

iciHaiti - Politic : Destruction of small houses, too close to the property of the Head of State
Of Civil Society Organizations, Haitian Center for Analysis and Research in Human Rights (CARDH), the National Network for the Defense of Human Rights (RNDDH), the Episcopal Commission for Justice and Peace (CE-JILAP), the Ecumenical Center for Human Rights (CEDH), the Center for Economic and Social Research and Training for Development (CRESFED), the Platform of Haitian Organizations of Human Rights (POHDH) and the "Sant Karl Lévêque" (SKL) denounce the brutal intervention last July 4th, "of agents of the Departmental Department of the West (DDO) of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) to Pèlerin 5, chasing people from their homes, destroying them without court decision, striking some owners and establishing in the areas of Thomassin, Laboule, Fermathe and Kenscoff, a climate of terror."

These organizations point out that in "a blind desire to please the President of the Republic, the rights to the physical integrity and private property of those who have had the misfortune to live in houses adjacent to the presidential property, have been footed because they represented, in the words of the Government Commissioner, "a threat to the security of the area and to the presidential family".

These organizations maintain that "These brutal interventions were orchestrated on a manifestly illegal order issued by the Commissioner of the Government of Port-au-Prince on July 3, 2018, asking the DDO of the PNH to" take all measures deemed useful and necessary for that these illegal occupants... be immediately dislodged."

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