“It is not the final version,” said Insulza in handing over to Préval personally the “true” version and terming the version he had previously received from the OAS a draft. Nothing official about dumping Célestin.
Impunity, pre-trial detention, and whole neighborhoods overrun by gangs: we urge interim regime and U.N. to use all means necessary to restore security, consistent with human rights standards.
In thirty years the commission Commission hasn’t seen deterioration to this point where residents in some parts of Port-au-Prince have been held hostage to the unrestrained violence of armed gangs with no effective protection from the State or internation
Rather than rejecting the OAS because of its recent problematic history in Haiti, we should develop a sense of ownership. Reforms in personnel selection could make it more representative. English translation exclusively for Haiti Democracy Project.