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Thursday, November 22nd, 2018

 

The Core Group supports the call for dialogue of the legitimate authorities of Haiti and rejects violence

The Core Group supports the call for dialogue of the legitimate authorities of Haiti and rejecviolence The Core Group strongly rejects the acts of violence perpetrated in Haiti during demonstrations of recent days. The members of the group are deeply saddened by the loss of life and offer their sincere condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims. The Core Group icludes the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, the Ambassadors of Germany, Brazil, Canada, Spain, the United States of America, France, the European Union and the SpecialRead More


Haitian President Jovenel Moïse calls for talks and respect for his 5 year term

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse calls for talks and respect for his 5 year ter In a nationally televised speech Wednesday night, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse says he is determined to complete his five-year term while denouncing the behavior of opposition leaders who he said are violating the Constitution by demanding his resignation. “There is no justification for crimes and threats of crime” Moïse said, referring to opposition leaders’ threats against government officials and contractors. He once again reiterated his determination to continue the dialogue with all sectors. He called onRead More


U.S. Embassy Statement

U.S. Embassy Statement The United States, a longtime partner and friend of Haiti, shares Haiti’s desire for a better future for its people. The United States supports the human rights of people everywhere to freely express themselves and peacefully protest, and supports the Haitian government as it safeguards both those rights, and the security of public and private property.  We encourage meaningful dialogue to address points of disagreement and find lasting solutions without violence. We urge all parties and leaders to work together to move the political dialogue forward inRead More


United States advocates change through elections in Haiti

United States advocates change through elections in Haiti Under-Secretary of State at the US State Department, Ambassador Kenneth H Merten calls on opposition politicians in Haiti to use elections as a way to gain power while deploring the violence and instability in Haiti. “In the United States we go to elections to choose our leaders. I have the impression that the majority of people in Haiti would like to go to the elections to choose or change their leaders. Violence prevents the accomplishment of good things, good things like investment”Read More


In Haiti, politics is a way of life

In Haiti, politics is a way of life A large majority of Americans are not satisfied with Donald Trump’s leadership. The same goes for Dominicans next door who are unsatisfied with Medina’s performance. Both of these nations have one thing in common. They have great respect for their respective constitutions. Lots of Haitians are not satisfied with President Moise’s performance. But some wannabe politicians are calling for him to step down and create an other constitutional crisis. The American and Dominican opposition know they have to wait it out untilRead More