18 juillet 2024

Haiti in Crisis: Call from the signatories of the december 21 agreement and allies to CARICOM.-

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In an urgent call to CARICOM, the signatories of the December 21 agreement and their allies express the gravity of the political and security crisis currently affecting Haiti. They describe a country on the brink of collapse, where the decomposition of the State and the inability of law enforcement to ensure security have given way to the terror of armed gangs.

These gangs, protected and manipulated by dark forces, wield a power of life and death across the territory. Their violence destroys the country’s economy, provokes kidnappings, extortions, massacres, and facilitates the escape of fearsome criminals. Faced with this rise in terrorism, the signatories question the legitimacy of rewarding such actions in Haiti.

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This tragedy, though predictable, reveals the inability of the elites to overcome their egos and work together to avoid the downward spiral. Despite calls for dialogue from Prime Minister Ariel Henry and concessions made by the government, the struggle for clan control of power has hindered any attempt to resolve the crisis.

The signatories recall the government of Haiti’s multiple calls to the international community for support in the face of this growing insecurity. However, these calls have so far only received vague and belated promises. Meanwhile, the Haitian population eagerly awaits the arrival of the multilateral security support mission (MMSS).

Faced with this critical situation, the signatories reaffirm their position in favor of inclusive dialogue, the only means to find a common solution to the crisis threatening the very foundations of the Haitian nation. They call for the formation of a national unity government and propose a series of concrete measures, including the deployment of a timely assistance force and a multinational security support force.

They also stress the need to establish a provisional presidential council and ensure the swift return of Prime Minister Ariel Henry to the country, while maintaining a spirit of collaboration among the various political actors. Finally, they call for the formation of a non-partisan Permanent Electoral Commission (CEP) and the conduct of a constitutional reform process to ensure democratic elections in a conducive environment.

By signing this call, the members of the December 21 agreement and their allies commit to working for peace, democracy, and stability in Haiti. They request the urgent support and action of CARICOM and the international community to help their country break free from the spiral of violence and instability threatening it.

By signing this appeal, the members of the December 21 agreement and their allies commit to working for peace, democracy, and stability in Haiti. They seek the urgent support and action of CARICOM and the international community to help their country escape the spiral of violence and instability threatening it.

Call to action: In the face of this critical situation, we urge CARICOM to intervene urgently to help Haiti break free from the political and security deadlock it finds itself in. We request your support in implementing the following measures:

  • Deployment of a temporary assistance force: To strengthen national security capacities and restore citizens’ trust.
  • Deployment of a multinational security support force: To ensure the protection of democratic institutions and essential infrastructure.
  • Formation of a provisional presidential council: Composed of impartial members tasked with ensuring the transition to a legitimate and inclusive government.
  • Return of Prime Minister Ariel Henry to the country: To lead the transitional government until new elected authorities are installed.
  • Formation of a national unity government: Tasked with restoring order, conducting constitutional reforms, and organizing democratic elections within a reasonable timeframe.

For authentication:

Edmonde Beauzile : PFSDH(Fusion) Kenol Mathieu : Veye Yo Edmond Mirold : PFSDH Natacha Kenol : Veye yo Sorel Jacinte : Inite Joseph Domingue Orgella : Secteur Société Civile Levaillant Louis Jeune : Inite Patrick Sully Joseph : COPPOS-HAITI ET Alliés Yveline Antenor ; COFCAF Pierre Diego : CPPOS-Haïti Et Alliés Eric Junior Prevost : Lavni Marjory Michel : SDP/Plafòm Fanm Angaje Paul Denis : INIFOS Andre Michel : SDP Jean Dieudonne Lubin : INIFOS Stanley Mesalien : Grosam Eddy Jackson Alexis : ARN Gerald Gilles : NOULHA Marjorie Milord : Collectif Féminin Lutherking Marcadieu : Vérité Fils Aime Ignace St Fleur : PNN Genard Joseph : Vérité Gino Bonet : KID

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