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Haiti - FLASH : The international community takes position on the crisis in Haiti
11/02/2019 12:27:44

Haiti - FLASH : The international community takes position on the crisis in Haiti
The Core Group (composed of the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General, the Ambassadors of Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, the European Union, the United States of America, and the Special Representative of the Organization of American States) take notes of the demands expressed by the demonstrators during the protest day of February 7, 2019.

"The Core Group deplores the loss of life and property damage caused by the unacceptable acts of violence that took place on the margins of the rallies, while acknowledging the professionalism demonstrated by the Haitian National Police as a whole.

The Group members call on the Haitian society actors, and primarily the country's leaders, to engage in a constructive and inclusive dialogue in order to identify and implement realistic and lasting solutions to the political and economic crisis currently occurring in Haiti. In this regard, the Group encourages the government to accelerate its structural reforms aimed at promoting a better management of the State's resources, improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable, fight inequalities, and foster a conducive investment climate to stimulate the development of productive sectors – essential to catalyzing the country's growth.

Reiterating the fact that in a democracy change must come through the ballot box, and not through violence, the Core Group urges the executive and legislative branches of power to collaborate for the electoral law and the 2018-2019 budget law to be adopted and promulgated as soon as possible. It is only through these actions that the elections scheduled by the Constitution for October 2019, can be held in a free, fair and transparent manner, and that an institutional vacuum will be avoided.

The members of the Group encourage political actors, and especially political parties, to make every effort to ensure that women and men are equal partners in the democratic development process and the building of a united, strong, and inclusive Haitian nation."


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