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Hati-Scurit: When Garry Conille does the have-you-seen in the streets of Port-au-Prince

  • June 3, 2024
  • 6 Min
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Taking photos between Garry Conille and the Acting Director General of the PNH, Frantz Elbé as well as other police officers / © Anonymat

The day after his arrival in Haiti to occupy his post and form his Government, the chosen Prime Minister, Garry Conille, did the “did you see me” in Port-au-Prince. The future tenant of the Prime Minister’s Office, escorted by the police, strutted on Sunday June 2, 2024, in the streets of the Capital engulfed by armed bandits. His visit suggests that he is preparing the ground on the security level through a “one man show” before the formation of his ministerial cabinet.

THE HAITI FACTOR, June 3, 2024._While the armed bandits of the “Viv ansanm” coalition occupy and devastate almost the entire Haitian capital, the new Prime Minister-designate, Garry Conille, uses it to create a pretense.

Under high security guaranteed by police officers inside an armored vehicle on the orders of the AI ​​Director General, Frantz Elbé, Garry paraded through certain streets of Port-au-Prince.

After being on board the PNH armored vehicle equipped with the institution’s equipment, Garry Conille, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, had his photo taken with the Acting Director General of the police among the few police officers from a specialized unit.

Taking photos between Garry Conille and the Acting Director General of the PNH, Frantz Elbé as well as other police officers / © Anonymat

His visit to the city center, particularly to Avenue de la République, Rue des Casernes, Rue Saint-Honoré, and Rue Capois, where he spoke with internally displaced people at the Lycée des Jeunes Filles, aimed to assess the extent of the damage caused by armed bandits during their offensives on the Haitian capital.

“At first glance, the observation is sad,” he said from the armored vehicle.

This “media show” by Garry Conille is a film already seen, because on June 6, 2021, Claude Joseph, Prime Minister of Haiti at the time, surrounded by his security agents visited Martissant following the armed clashes that broke out in the area on June 1 of the same year.

The then Prime Minister ai, in a note published on his Facebook page, informed that he visited the area in the company of the ai Commander-in-Chief of the PNH, Léon Charles. A photograph shows the head of government, Claude Joseph, Director General Léon Charles as well as heavily armed police officers walking in the area.

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Claude Josephs parade in Martissant ©Primature

“I took the Martissant road [pour me rendre] to the Haitian Navy, passing through the Place de Fontamara, to see, first-hand, that the police institution was able to restore order and reopen the road to traffic, in accordance with the directives of the CSPN,” he said. he writes.

Remember that since then, the security situation has deteriorated at the southern entrance to the Capital, under the eyes of successive Governments.


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Le Facteur Haiti