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Haiti - Security : All closed schools in the Department of Grande Anse
13/01/2017 09:12:40

Haiti - Security : All closed schools in the Department of Grande Anse
Following the controversial arrest and extradition of Senator Elect Guy Philippe on January 5 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19721-haiti-flash-senator-guy-philippe-extradited-to-the-usa.html the supporters and sympathizers of Guy Philippe, the elected Senator of the Department of Grande Anse, demonstrated daily to demand the return of their senator.

On the other hand, due to serious threats by individuals claiming to be Guy Phlippe's supporters, without being able to be certain, almost all the schools in Grande Anse department have closed their doors since the beginning of the week, parents keeping their children at home for fear of sending them to the streets where reigning a climate of insecurity and violence https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19767-haiti-flash-americans-attacked-houses-burned-down.html https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19757-haiti-flash-violent-reprisals-of-guy-philippe-s-supporters.html

Jean Marcel Jeanty, the Departmental Director of Education (DDE) of the department, deplores this situation which penalizes students whose school year had already been reduced by several days by the recent passage of Hurricane Matthew. He intends to meet with police authorities to see how to ensure the safety of children and schools in order to allow the resumption of school activities...

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