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Haiti - FLASH : The former mayor of Port-au-Prince did not request political asylum in DR
19/02/2021 08:43:01

Haiti - FLASH : The former mayor of Port-au-Prince did not request political asylum in DR
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Roberto Alvarez confirmed that the former mayor of Port-au-Prince Youri Chevry was currently detained in Santo-Domingo, following his arrest on Sunday February 14 for illegally entering Dominican territory, without a passport or visa and with two pistols with Haitian permit, but without Dominican authorization https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-33025-haiti-flash-the-ex-mayor-of-port-au-prince-ralph-youri-chevry-arrested-in-the-dominican-republic.html

Roberto Alvarez in order to put an end to the rumors and false information circulating in certain Haitian media and on social networks clarified that Ralph Youry Chevry, arrested Sunday in Dajabón under a search notice and against whom weighs an arrest warrant from the Haitian justice , has so far not submitted a "request for political asylum or other status"

He also explained that Haiti did not request Chevry's extradition stressing that although there is no extradition agreement between the Dominican Republic and Haiti "there is a law on extradition for cases where there is no agreement" recalling "Haiti accuses Chevry of attempted murder and of complicity with criminal groups, which should be investigated..."

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