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Haiti - Denationalisation : Haitian Chancellery concerned...
02/03/2014 09:01:45

Haiti - Denationalisation : Haitian Chancellery concerned...
Recall that during the binational high-level dialogue between the Republic of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, the Dominican authorities had explicitly made a commitment February 3, 2014 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-10452-haiti-politic-talks-binational-declarations-and-some-agreements.html to present to the Dominican Parliament on 27 February 2014, an additional legislation dealing with the situation of persons born in the Dominican Republic and which would have been affected by the Judgment of the Constitutional Court TC/168-13.

In a note dated February 27, the Haitian Chancellery is "very concerned that this promise has so far not been held by the neighboring Republic. Instead it would even question of the publication of a special law said of naturalization which can not, in any case, solving the problem of the judgment TC/168-13, leaving entire the risk of statelessness hanging over Dominican citizens of foreign origin, mostly of Haitian descent.

The Haitian Government reiterates its initial position, namely that the Dominican authorities must take appropriate measures to ensure the rights of citizens affected by this judgment in accordance with the laws of the Dominican Republic and its international commitments on human rights.

He continues to believe in the good will and good faith of the Dominican authorities, as well as their ability to overcome to facilitate the completion of the dialogue that must lead to mutually satisfactory solutions that respect the rights of everyone.

Again, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reaffirms the willingness, constantly renewed, of the President of the Republic, His Excellency Mr. Michel Joseph Martelly and Prime Minister, His Excellency Laurent Lamothe to work to harmonize and strengthen Haitian-Dominican relations, to the greater good of both states and two peoples."

Note that Thursday, February 27, in his speech on the occasion of the Independence Day of the Republic Domimicaine, the Dominican President Danilo Medina, spent less than one minute of his speech on the situation of our fellow concerned by the Judgment TC/168-13
limiting itself to said that "the dialogue with Haiti will remain open as never before, the representatives of the two countries sat around a table to try to address issues of common interest," indicating that he will submit in the next few days n Congress, a bill of naturalization...

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