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Crisis: To break with mafia practices in Hati

  • May 2, 2024
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Position of the New York Citizens’ Initiative, the Miami Solidarity and Resistance Committee and the Coalition in Canada against the Dictatorship in HaitiAutomatic return

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We, diaspora groups in North America (Canada and the United States), strongly condemn the attempt by a group of the Presidential Transitional Council to reproduce mafia practices, which have led the country to the abyss, before which it is located today.

The appointment of a Prime Minister, outside of the provisions provided for by the Agreement of April 3, 2024, is a repudiation, a flagrant violation of this agreement and marks a desire to trample on the adopted ethical principles, in order to give oneself a chance of success in taking this perilous step.

It is essential to remember that it is the Presidential Transitional Council which assumes the presidency of the country as a whole, and therefore to ensure the smooth running of the entire process and related mechanisms.

We also deplore the silence of observer members on this issue and invite all civil society groups in Haiti to speak out on this sad affair.

Therefore, it is imperative that these groups demand that the Agreement of April 3, 2024 be respected, in order to allow the resumption of the transition process and to ensure that everything is truly aligned towards a disruptive transition.

May 2, 2024

For the New York Citizens’ Initiative

Daniel Huttinot and Michèle Montas

For the Miami Solidarity and Resistance Committee

Hudes Desrameaux and Abel Simon Zephir

For the Coalition in Canada against the dictatorship in Haiti

Jean-Claude Icart and Alain Saint-Victor