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Haiti - Elections : "The Haitian climate is calm, tranquil, serene, and without violence" !
26/11/2010 11:10:35

Haiti - Elections :
The head of the UN mission in Haiti (Minustah), Edmond Mulet, gave us last Saturday, one of his statements that he has the secret, to make us share his idyllic reading of the situation has 1 week of the elections. He says that presidential and parliamentary elections next Sunday will take place in a "Haitian climate calm, tranquil, serene, and without violence" (!!), adding "in the circumstances of Haiti".

Should we understand if his words, that there are "Haitian circumstances" where the climate of violence may be considered "as serene or acceptable" according to its criteria? Of course, Mulet, skilful desinformator with the service of UN, was quick to qualify his remarks by stating "If we compare the current electoral process, the election campaign last year, or the 2006 presidential or even presidential before". Compare with worse, does not justify the current situation of violence. Know Mulet one death is one death too many, and no level of violence in our country is unacceptable, violence does not trivialize!

So listen to this official, all is quiet (or will) ... This is probably why, General Gerardo Chaumont, head of UN police, reminds us that "over 3,200 officers UN police will devote to the task of election security, which must be added 4.200 security officers and 4,500 officers of the Haitian National Police ... "

If the climate of Haiti is calm, peaceful and without violence, as alleged by the UN official, what about the second appeal for calm (yesterday) of the OAS and CARICOM (the common mission to observe elections in Haiti ), which deplored the significant increase in pre-election violence... Calling on candidates and political parties to promote a climate of tolerance, renounce the use of weapons, physical assault and respect the rights of competing parties and their supporters ?

Why then, this same Mission calls on the National Police of Haiti to do everything in their power to curb the increasing violence and take steps to avoid confrontations, if everything is so quiet ?

Do not believe the UN propaganda of misinformation, we need to go vote, but do not ignore that this act of citizenship is not without risk, without imagining the worst. Stay alert and be careful this is the setpoint.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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