Majistra Wilson Jeudy Pran Responsablite pou Delmas
- Tuesday, June 14, 2011 8:06 AM
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The Mayor of Delmas, Wilson Jeudy, appealed Monday to the responsibility of his constituents while reminding them of the mission entrusted to him through his election, that of managing the commune.
Settling down from his intervention project to recover public spaces, Mr. Jeudy expressed his desire to rid his commune of lawlessness that characterizes the cities of the metropolitan area.
"No country does work without the application of the law and respect for the principles", he argued. "The disorder does not contribute to our well-being as a people. On the contrary, we must be aware of the misfortunes that our lack of commitment to the collective well-being has caused."
After having been criticized by human rights organizations and NGOs for dislodging persons displaced by the disaster of January 12, 2010, from some of the public spaces including the intersection of airport and Delmas 3, Wilson Jeudy is looking to manage his commune.
"You need to know the measures which are appropriate, however unpopular they may be, when it is a question of public security policy for the population", the Magistrate of Delmas said, stating that seeds have already been planted for the recovery of the land at the intersection of the airport.
Mayor Jeudy, a candidate for the Presidency in 2010 began in mid-May, a process of recovery of public spaces, by displacing the occupied public spaces and some major arteries of Delmas. Linking the uncontrollable occupation of some public spaces to acts or omissions, Mr. Jeudy said to be "puncture the abscess". The first citizen of Delmas pointed out that several cases of killings have been attributable to thugs living in the camps of the intersection of airport and Delmas 3. "Two people is killed and buried in any underground in Delmas 17", he said.
"Today," said the Mayor, "people have emptied the spaces for the benefit of the environment and the community." "We do not know if they remain in the streets or if they have settled in houses," "But one thing is clear: peace and life returned to the vicinity of our public places."
For Mayor Jeudy, anarchy cannot settle permanently in the city for a simple matter of persons displaced for more than a year after a disaster. "We will have a country only when the municipal authorities will carefully take their responsibilities to their communes and will accompany the central power with authority and responsibility", he said.
Without wanting to promote, Mayor Jeudy supports and has given support to several evicted families from the camps. Wilson Jeudy says that the situation worsened with the arrival of the leaders of the province for housing at the invitation of close relatives.
"All led to believe that people occupying public spaces were not all in trouble," he said.
Criticized by some 60 organizations in violation of the rights of hundreds of families driven out of their tents, Mr. Jeudy puts the cap on the development of his communal territory. Noise pollution, anarchic construction, safety of streets and the replacement of the merchants are part of the agenda of the Mayor Jeudy, which is to empower people in his commune.
Ki gen rapò 05.31.2011: Majistra Jeudy fatige nan "Peyizaj debòch" nan Kan Tant Randevou
Ki gen rapò 05.26.2011: "Nou chou frize Tet Te vòt, Yo done Mezanmi deyò Tet chou frize", eviksyon abreje IDP ann anglè Kontinye
Ki gen rapò 05.25.2011: Majistra a Delmas defan Retire nan moun ki pèdi kay nan Kan Tant Randevou
Ki gen rapò 05.23.2011: Martelly Gouvènman Li kòmanse Moving Moun extérieur Ki pèdi Kay yo
Translated: Le Nouvelliste