Haïti: les anciens soldats et Rallye Lavalas à Cap-Haïtien
- Friday, 30 Mars, 2012 12:26
CAP-HAITIEN, Haïti (defend.ht / Radio Kiskeya) - Au Cap-Haïtien soldats censés être démobilisés et sympathisants Lavalas étaient dans les rues, l'armée fit une scène d'un défilé mené par Guy Philippe et une manifestation de partisans d'Aristide était sous l' direction du sénateur Jean-Charles Moïse - à l'occasion de l'anniversaire de la constitution: certains ont demandé le rétablissement de l'armée tandis que l'autre est allé à la guerre contre Martelly.
At midday, the demonstration of Lavalas was punctuated by shots of unknown origin, protesters erected barricades of burning tires in several neighborhoods such as Cité Lescot. This situation would affect traffic and general trade. The stores have had to close suddenly in the second largest city, the record was made by Radio Kiskeya,.
Senator Moise marched through the streets of Okap at the head of a crowd of several hundred people who called for President Martelly to resign for holding alleged foreign nationality. "It is unacceptable that after 200 years of independence is a foreigner to head the country," said the second Senator from North, also chairman of a senate investigating committee.
Jean-Charles Moïse had opposed plans by President Michel Martelly to reinstate the Armed Forces of Haiti but on Thursday said if well established an army is a good thing.
Le sénateur Moise Jean Charles
29/03/12 | Vision 2000
For their part, cheered by thousands of young pro-rehabilitation FAd'H - dissolved in 1995 - the armed occupants and uniformed regional headquarters of the Ministry of Agriculture, which joined Guy Philippe, organized a parade which quickly turned into a street demonstration.
"We urge the government to heed the voice of the people", launched at the foot of the monuments of Vertières the former police commissioner by inviting the Head of State, Michel Martelly, to restore the military and helmets from blue.
Since the operations of the Haitian security forces and the U.S. have targeted the past three years, this is the first major public appearance of one who had taken up arms to contribute to the overthrow in 2004 of Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Mr. Philip, who is wanted for his alleged involvement in narcotics trafficking, had a few days ago, visited the "demobilized" occupying the former camp Lamentin in Carrefour (south of the capital).
Dozens of them paraded Thursday in downtown Port-au-Prince after having already marched earlier this week in the vicinity of the National Palace.
President Michel Martelly has called for the creation of a new army, which officially project the main partners of Haiti, including the United States, refuse to join .
Liés 24/03/2012: Plusieurs Parade Cent avec d'anciens soldats haïtiens
Liés 20/03/2012: Haïti: des soldats démobilisés dans un poste de bureau à l'agriculture dans le Nord
Source: Radio Kiskeya