Haitian leaders and actors, you are not ashamed?
- Alparète Lenz Beth Ferlyn
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It’s hard to say but it’s a truth. The country is delivered to armed gangs who continue to terrorize the Haitian population and they manage to kill PNH agents as they see fit.
This Friday, January 20, 2023, the situation is very difficult in Pétion-Ville. Armed bandits identified as members of the armed band of Vitelhomme carried out a bloody operation.
In several localities of this commune, the armed bandits set fire to houses, citizens came out injured and the worst of others died.
The population is left to fend for itself since the police were unable to intervene since four PNH officers were killed by armed bandits and another is missing.
Following this muscular intervention by armed bandits, citizens had to leave their homes in order to take refuge in a place with a minimum of security.
In the aftermath, our leaders say nothing and take no action to put an end to the rise in power of acts of banditry that are eating away at Haitian society.
Our actors in the political class themselves prioritize seizing power without having any plan to find a solution to the insecurity and then to the political and economic crisis that persists in the country and which puts Haitian families at risk knees.
On the side of our de facto leaders or not, they prioritize a history of consensus without having the participation of the major political forces of the country.
Without the participation of major political forces and without having a deep discussion on the document, can we speak of consensus? In short, everything is possible in this company.
The international community, for its part, continues to support a government devoid of any legitimacy and which turns a blind eye to acts of banditry in the country. Instead of lending a hand to the forces of order, this international community continues to interfere in the internal politics of the country and it is clearly clear that this international community has played hand and foot in the collapse of our society today.
Unfortunately, our leaders, our actors from the political class and from Haitian civil society embark on the actors of this so-called community, a behavior that expresses the cynical side of our actors.
Faced with all this, it is quite clear that the Haitian population must become aware in order to put the country on the right track. Faced with the behavior of this population, one wonders how long the country will come out of this slump.