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Haiti - Tourism : A Tourist Police next year...
28/06/2012 10:19:31

Haiti - Tourism : A Tourist Police next year...
Like what exists in many tourist cities worldwide, including including in Dominican Republic, Stéphanie Balmir Villedrouin, the Minister of Tourism, wishes to implement, by next year, a Tourist Police to secure the surrounding of hotels, restaurants and attractions and also inform visitors.

"...it is clear that we must arrange the sidewalks of hotels, restaurants... merchant, beggars should not be present when you leave a restaurant, and that you have 5-10 young people who come to ask you for money [...]

The Ministry wants to implement an ambitious program, which is the Tourist Police. We are working on that and it will be in my budget for next fiscal year [...] it is important that I have security officer , which can reassure the customer, who is able to inform it as well, therefore we have this project that we want to implement.

There are Tourist Police in all tourist destinations, this is not something we invented, but it is clear that we must release our sidewalks [...]there are many people who do not work... there are lots of precarious [...] we are sure that with theimpetus in the tourism industry, we will have investments. As you know at the level of Petionville there are hotels that will open and industry, agriculture and other related sectors, will generate jobs and there will be fewer people [unemployed] in the streets [...]"


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