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13/06/2018 09:14:00

Haiti - PNH 23rd : «It cannot be and must not have areas of lawlessness» dixit Moïse
Tuesday, at the National Police School on the road of Frères was held a ceremony commemorating the 23 years of the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in the presence of President Jovenel Moses, Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant, Michel Ange Gédéon the Director General of the PNH, Jean Roudy Aly, the Minister of Justice and representatives of the international community.

Extract from the speech of the Head of State :

"[...] During its 23 years of existence, the National Police has grown in size and acquired skills in fields related to the collective security professions. In order to respond effectively to the multiple security demands of the population, the PNH must continue to strengthen itself by better controlling security parameters and issues.

Today, the National Police has security challenges to take up. We hear all the cries of the inhabitants of certain neighborhoods of the capital who express their worries about the resurgence of acts of banditry. Battles between rival gangs repeatedly disturb traffic and economic and social activities at the bicentennial and Martissant.

Police officers,

Between insecurity felt and insecurity lived, not everyone is in the same boat. Our fellow citizens express, precisely, their fear being a victim of crime. Insecurity has taken an important place in recent weeks in the daily life of the population, especially those who take the road to Carrefour. The population expresses its fear of being attacked by bandits who take hostage certain neighborhoods.

In the Republic, it cannot be and must not have areas of lawlessness.

expect the Police to take intensive action against urban violence, trafficking, organized crime, organized crime, burglary, armed robbery, followed by murder. I expect the PNH to take intensive action against all these destabilizing facts of our social pact. I call on the PNH to close ranks and redouble efforts to hunt down bandits and criminals who sow mourning and terror in our neighborhoods wherever they come and wherever they go. The PNH must have perseverance and stubbornness in the search for criminals and delinquents to put them out of harm's way. Society needs safety to function better, as the lung needs air to breathe [...]"

In his speech, Prime Minister Lafontant, also President of the Superior Council of the National Police (CSPN), declared "N'ap kontinye travay pou yon fòs Polis solid, ki kapab onore, kòmsadwa, ak anpils pwofesyonalis, misyon li sou tout tèritwa peyi Dayiti. Pou 23 zyèm anivèsè saa, m'ap di jenn gason ak jenn fanm nan PNH la, nou avè yo. Se nan lòd, disiplin ak travay, n'ap rive fè diferans la."

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