Haiti - FLASH : Gangs worried about the arrival of the multinational force - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7





iciHaiti - NOTICE : Database of Haitian companies and artisans operating in France

iciHaiti - Women's Football : License for First Division clubs (D1)

iciHaiti - Displaced families : Worrying situation in Léogâne

iciHaiti - UNDP : Program to Support Justice and Fight agtainst Impunity

iciHaiti - Obituary : Passing away of a former member of the Haitian Football Federation


more news


Haiti - Social : FAO fears a further deterioration of acute food insecurity in Haiti

Haiti - Justice : «Yonyon” the former leader of the «400 Mawozo” gang sentenced to 35 years in prison

Haiti - FLASH : 400 elite Kenyan police officers fly to Haiti

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Haiti - Good news : MSF receives 80 tons of medical equipment and supplies


more news


Haiti - FLASH : Gangs worried about the arrival of the multinational force
13/05/2024 09:49:14

Haiti - FLASH : Gangs worried about the arrival of the multinational force
The "Vivre Ensemble" Association bringing together the gang coalitions "G9" and "G Pèp", led by Jimmy Cherisier alias "Barbecue" has been organizing demonstrations since then against the upcoming arrival of the Multinational Mission to Support the National Police of Haiti (PNH) approved by the Security Council with a view to restoring security in Haiti https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-40642-haiti-flash-the-security-council-approves-the-intervention-of-a-multinational-force-in-haiti.html

The Carrefour gangs, who control the commune, force the local population under threat to demonstrate with them...

During these demonstrations, armed and hooded men uttered hostile slogans towards the international community, vigorously rejecting any external intervention which is the signal for them of the beginning of the end of their influence over the territories and the population.

In the midst of these demonstrations, gang leaders are putting pressure on their members not to flee to the provinces before the arrival of international forces. Members visibly divided and who fear having to face experienced military personnel and well-trained and equipped elite police troops.

TB/ HaitiLibre

Twitter Facebook Rss
Send news to... Daily news...




Why HaitiLibre ? | Contact us | Français
Copyright © 2010 - 2024
Haitilibre.com