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Haiti Elections.Police Van

November 29, 2010

Haiti Elections.Police Van

Haiti Elections.Police Van

"Democracy in Haiti is further threatened by an occupation force: the so-called UN peacekeepers. They are not peacekeepers, they are there to reinforce the coup that ousted president Aristide in 2004. Under the pretext of 'peace and security,' they were brought in shortly after the coup, and instead of supporting Aristide's right to return, they were put in place to ensure that the Haitian people did not rise up to bring back their democratically elected president." —Mario Joseph, Haiti's leading human rights attorney, CBC News, November 25, 2010.

by Jean Ristil

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