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Haiti - Justice : «We need this aggressivity popular» dixit Me André Michel
26/10/2013 12:04:25

Haiti - Justice : «We need this aggressivity popular» dixit Me André Michel
Remember that Tuesday evening, following his refusal to allow a search of his vehicle despite the presence of a Justice of Peace and considering this refusal suspect, Me Francisco René, the Government Commissioner ordered the indictment, of Me André Michel and his driver, and the seizure of his vehicle in order to facilitate the work of the police. An incident on background of popular mobilization [not spontaneous], of various groups that have clashed violently with police forces intervened in reinforcements to restore order to prevent this arrest...

Wednesday, following his rocambolesque release from the Courthouse, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-9722-haiti-justice-excesses-without-precedent-in-haitian-history.html Me André Michel, in a video recording, returned on the popular mobilization that surrounded his arrest Tuesday evening, describing it of extraordinary considering the necessary aggressiveness of the population "[...] The popular mobilization, what it has generated in the country before yesterday [Tuesday] or until yesterday [Wednesday], was an extraordinary thing, the slum population, of Martissant, La Salline, the population of Bel-Air, people took to the street yesterday and they were very aggressive, it is necessary to note it in Cité Soleil and Cap Haitien, everywhere there was excitement, they were very aggressive, people are aggressive and we need this aggressivity popular to defend the democratic achievements. We are not in violence, but we can not play, we are not in the violence, in the violation of the Constitution, in throwing rocks in this kind of things... but watch, listen definitely the Kingdom of Heaven, you understand, what it says, we must be aggressive... We are not in battle or in the violence, but this aggressivity popular we need it, to make the democratic battle. [...]"

Also Friday Senator Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé, one of three senators who allowed Me Michel to leave the courthouse, rejected the government's allegations, claiming that parliamentarians have "ripped a defendant" of hands of the Director of Public Prosecutions. He explained to have responded to an urgent call of Me Carlos Hercules, the Bar Association of Port-au-Prince, noting that the Senate had decided to seek Me André Michel and place him under his protection because, according to Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé, of the risk ran by Me Michel, to be murdered by henchmen of Special Advisers of the Head of State, which would have benefited, according to the Senator, the movement of crowds to give him a "lethal injection" [?] without identifying the adviser...

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