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Croix-des-Bouquets: two symbols of the State demolished, Edgard Leblanc disavowed for the absence of territories lost under his administration

  • May 18, 2024
  • 4 Min
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Is “Lost Territories” finally a registered trademark of the Haitian State since the advent of the PHTK Tèt Kale regime?

After the demolition of the Bon-Repos sub-police station by the Canaan gang on April 8, 2024, the destruction of the police station and the Croix-des-Bouquets civil prison was predictable. The bandits of the “Viv ansanm” coalition now have in their sights the Civil Prison for Women established in Cabaret, abandoned by the police since last January.

The images of the Police Station and the Croix-des-Bouquets Civil Prison demolished by an excavator driven by bandits from the “400 Mawozo” gang have outraged Internet users. During the demolition operations, the voice of the boss Wilson Joseph, alias “Lanmò san jou”, and those of his lieutenants jubilant over the act, resonated in the published audiovisual sequences.

In the meantime, while the President of the Presidential Transitional Council (CPT), engineer Edgard Leblanc Fils, delivered his speech at the Villa d’Accueil, promising rapid actions to put an end to the “lost territories”, the bandits were already at work in Croix-des-Bouquets. This declaration comes as part of the celebration of the 221st anniversary of the creation of the Haitian Bicolor, during the official ceremony and under the gaze of the promoter of the concept “lost territories”, symbolizing the rout of the State, the ai minister of Justice, Emmelie Prophete Milcé.

The demolition of the two PNH symbols was carried out without intervention by the police to antagonize the criminals. For several months, the commune of Croix-des-Bouquets has been completely under the control of armed gangs. Less than two weeks ago, the Haitian National Police Union (SPNH-17) demanded the dismissal followed by the arrest of the commander-in-chief of the PNH, Frantz Elbé, for incompetence, lack of leadership at the head of the police institution and complicity with criminal groups.

Hervé Noël
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