They don’t care!
- Alparète Lenz Beth Ferlyn
- 0 Comments
As we repeat day by day, the country is plunging towards a hopeless somalisation. Gang groups are everywhere in the country, they kill citizens as they see fit. The police are unable to track down these criminal gangs.
Alongside the insecurity that plagues Haitian society, there are other crises that persist in the country. Among the crises that are eating away at Haitian society, there is the political crisis that is imposing itself with force. A government devoid of legitimacy tries to find a solution, in the end, it is unable to find it, but the members of this government led by Prime Minister Ariel Henry remain as if everything is working without difficulty.
On several occasions, Doctor Ariel Henry addresses the nation trying to let it be known that his government is working tirelessly to resolve the crisis. Several so-called agreements have been signed between the government in place and a minority of actors from the political class and civil society. So far, it is extremely difficult to find a solution.
Aware of the aggravation of the crisis which persists in the country, several citizens did not hide the words in order to demand the departure of the government in place. Despite the protest movements, this government has found the support of the international community, which does not care about the crucial situation in Haiti.
Faced with this behavior of the government in place and the international community, we ask ourselves the question, what are we Haitians going to do in order to find a solution to this multifaceted crisis that is plunging us down day by day. Only one thing is certain, it is up to the Haitian people to take their destiny into their own hands.