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iciHaiti - Politic : In response to the UN, the Dom. Republic will continue to deport illegal Haitians
04/05/2023 10:59:54

iciHaiti - Politic : In response to the UN, the Dom. Republic will continue to deport illegal Haitians
Following the call launched a few days ago by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, to the countries of the Americas and the Caribbean to suspend the expulsions of Haitians https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-39436-haiti-news-zapping.html , the Dominican Republic being quoted in this appeal, the Dominican President Luis Abinader replied to the UN "It is very easy to criticize a country, not only the international community but also certain United Nations bureaucrat..."

Abinader once again referred to the situation affecting Haiti and reiterated the need for the international community to intervene to appease the economic, political and social crisis that this Nation is going through, emphasizing "[...] the problem of Haiti, it is precisely the international community..."

He specified that the Dominican Government will continue "to defend the national interest, by respecting the human rights of Haitians who live in an irregular migratory situation on Dominican territory, that we must expel as any other Nation does. The first to do so being the United States..."

He said they would continue to take measures based on safeguarding the border, territorial sovereignty and increasing deportations.

Finally, he recalled the interest of the Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres in resolving the crisis, however despite his numerous interventions for an intervention in Haiti, he failed to find the support of the United States or Canada to act with other countries and pacify Haiti.

S/ iciHaiti

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