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Haiti - Politic: 3rd Postponement of the binational dialogue
The Tweet posted at 4pm does not explain why the meeting was postponed, but one can presume that the decision is related to the absence of filing in Congress, of the legislation on naturalization by the Dominican Government commitment that he had made at the second session of Ouanaminthe.
This postponement also confirmed by the Dominican Presidency via Twitter "The third high-level meeting between the Dominican Republic and Haiti has been postponed to 6" and in a second Tweet the Dominican Presidency explains that "The restructuring of the Haitian cabinet is at the origin of this request."
This Monday morning in a statement, the Primature indicated "The third meeting of the Joint Committee for the binational dialogue to be held in the resort town of Jacmel, this Tuesday, April 8, in the context of high-level discussions between the Haitian and Dominican authorities, has been postponed to Tuesday, April 22, 2014 [rather than May 6 as announced yesterday...]
The Government of the Republic continues to believe that the exchanges between the two countries, constitutes a viable framework to address their differences in order to achieve strict compliance with the agreements signed during the talks" without other explanation...
Recall that the Dominican President Danilo Medina, who reiterated his desire to find a "humanitarian solution" to the problem caused by the judgment of the Constitutional Court 168-13, which denationalizes tens of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent, has last week concluded a series of meetings with political and religious leaders to share their views on the famous law of naturalization...
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