Otorite yo chèche solisyon apre Semèn nan malèz nan Ayiti DR- Fwontyè
- Lendi, 12 Mas, 2012 12:23 PM
WANAMENT, Ayiti (defend.ht) - ayisyen an ak Repiblik Dominikèn gouvènman yo satisfè yo pran mezi sa yo nòmalize ostilite wè nan rejyon an fwontyè sou jou ki sot pase yo, menm ki mennen ale nan evakyasyon an nan Konsila dominiken an nan Wanament.
On Wednesday, March 7, a Dominican businessman named Carmen Matias claimed in the Listin jounal of having been detained by police in Cap-Haitien and told to return home for not having a passport of visa. Matias told the paper that police in Haiti "have no mercy for Dominicans provoking attacks, death threas and attempted kidnappings for ransom."
Matias said "we were told that the next time we enter undocumented into the Haitian territory we are going to be processed and sent tot he National Penitentiary in Port-au-Prince." But in December 2011, the Haitian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Visas would not be required for Dominicans in Haiti.
On Thursday, March 8, Dominican truckers began protesting by blocking a major border near the Haitian town of Fond Parisien. Dominican truck drivers were demanding safety provisions because of media reports of abductions, robberies and the shooting of a cement truck driver - all Dominicans.
Haitians on the border protested as well. In the town of Trou du Nord, Haiti, citizens protested the lack of electricity and water, an issue that has plagued the region for more than a year when construction had begun but was unfinished in the area.
Dapre Dominikèn Jodi a, truckers that passed through the town were stopped by protesters and stones were thrown in their direction. One driver was injured and forces from the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) were called on to the scene and to escort drivers.
There were no new reports as of the evening of Saturday, March 10 but it seems as though more efforts could be made to secure the borders of both countries.
In December 2011, Haitian Minister of Haitians Living Abroad, Daniel Supplice, was victim of an armed robbery by four gunmen disguised as police officers. It was later found out that one of the gunmen was indeed a Dominican police officer at the time of the incident.
Ki gen rapò 12.24.2011: Ayisyen Minis Danyèl Supplice pa atake Kat zam nan DR
Ki gen rapò 11.15.2011: Lamothe épuizé Resous diplomatik Pou rezoud ayisyen-dominiken Vyolans nan RD
Ki gen rapò 11.15.2011: 4 mouri, 3 blese nan vag vyolans kont Ayisyen nan DR
Ki gen rapò 11.10.2011: Envestisè Ameriken ki enterese nan Zòn lan Border ayisyen-dominiken
Ki gen rapò 08.31.2011: Dominiken 3 Arestasyon yo akize de seri de krim vyolan kont touris ayisyen
Ki gen rapò 02.18.2011: Panike sou fwontyè a ayisyen-dominiken