Nasyonzini envestigé akizasyon yo New nan eksplwatasyon seksyèl pou Timoun
- Lendi, 23 janvye, 2012 4:36 PM
Pòtoprens, Ayiti (defend.ht) - Nasyonzini te louvri yon ankèt nan de akizasyon nouvo nan "eksplwatasyon seksyèl" oswa timoun minè pa Nasyonzini Lapolis an Ayiti.
The Associated Press reports that U.N. spokesman Martin Nesirky said one case concerns the U.N. police officers in Port-au-Prince, the other in Gonaives. The nationalities of the police nor any other details were provided.
“The United Nations is outraged by these allegations and takes its responsibilities to deal with them extremely seriously,” Nesirky said at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
In a press release received by DH from the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), the mission in Port-au-Prince, expressed “the regret to inform that it has become aware of two cases of serious allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse committed by members of the police staff.”
"As the Secretary General's Special Representative in Haiti, and in my capacity as Head of MINUSTAH, I want to reiterate my commitment to uphold the policy of zero tolerance of abuse by the staff of the Mission.”
"Each member of United Nations personnel, whether civilian, military and police must observe a standard of exemplary conduct. This is a commitment that it takes into joining the United Nations, anywhere in the world. We will continue to take the strictest measures to ensure, where appropriate, that the perpetrators of such acts are punished with the utmost severity. " - Mariano Fernández, Head of MINUSTAH
This is the latest of a series of cases involving the United Nations security personnel and the abuse of Haitians in Haiti.
Ki gen rapò 09.15.2011: MINUSTAH Chèf Open Lèt sou politik tolerans zewo sou Abi
Ki gen rapò 09.14.2011: Prezidan Martelly defan: "MINUSTAH pa ta dwe kwense ..."
Ki gen rapò 06.06.2011: Lame MINUSTAH Sòlda yo kraze nan Ayewopò Toussaint Louverture, vaksen revoke