These Haitians aren’t waiting for the foreign force to come and defend them
Eleven Haitian women’s organizations, ours included, call on foreign police to help their Haitian counterparts to restore order — part of a larger call to repress the gangs and make way for elections. Together these organizations claim to represent 250,000 Haitian women
“It is time to throw away the gloves and stop pretending that ‘normal’ diplomacy will work in Haiti. Boots on the ground right NOW. I personally don’t care if they are mercenaries or UN troops or former New York policemen – the killing has got to stop!” says the former ambassador. BRAVA!
Ronald Lareche, deputy from Nord-Est and head of security committee, says gangleaders might turn in homemade weapons but keep their high-powered rifles.