Prison Aid to Haiti for Captive Slave Labor
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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery Haiti’s incarceration rate of roughly 100 prisoners per 100,000 citizens in 2016 was the lowest in the Caribbean. Nevertheless, there is a systematic campaign underway for more prisons. Canada and Norway have each given one … Continue reading

Reconstitution of Haiti’s Tontons Macoutes and Their Fusion with MINUSTAH | Le retour des macoutes en Haïti pour une MINUSTAH permanente
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UN Peacekeepers and Haitian Police PatrolEarthquake Commemoration Gathering

By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Paramilitary troops that are loyal to Martelly have been trained in Rafael Correa’s Ecuador. These troops are meant to be the kernel of a new Tontons Macoutes. Officially, they go by the inoffensive title of “military engineering corps.” The regime says they are based in Haiti’s Artibonite region, although they are disguised as trainees in the Police Nationale d’Haiti (PNH). (English | French)

MINUSTAH’s Cholera Kleptocracy Prepares to Stay in Haiti | Cleptocracia do Cólera da MINUSTAH Prepara-se Para Ficar no Haiti
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. The great majority of Haitians categorically reject the UN force, and Haiti’s Senate passed a resolution in September 2011 that called for withdrawal of the troops by October 2012. Nevertheless, the groundwork is once again carefully laid for renewal of the UN mandate. With a yearly budget of more than half a billion dollars at stake, the disregard for democracy is total. (English | Portuguese)

U.N. Uses Private Military and Security Contractors

By Kim-Jenna Jurriaans, IPS | UPDATE from Haiti Chery. The United Nations is increasingly hiring Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) for its missions across the world, raising concerns over the use of firms known for participation in human rights abuses, as well as an overall lack of accountability structures governing these contractors within the U.N. system. UPDATE 1: DynCorp boasts of having trained 400 “Haitian police” and is awarded a $48.6 million contract to insert 100 contractors and 10 advisors into the “UN police force” in Haiti.

U.S. to Sell Arms to Haiti Les États-Unis comptent vendre des armes à Haiti

Swat team of Haiti's National Police (PNH).

By Staff (gp), AlterPresse | Dady Chery editorial and translation, Haiti Chery. Director General of Haitian police Mario Andresol says the drug traffic in Haiti has intensified, whereas Assistant Secretary of State for the U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs William Brownfield says the drug traffic has slowed. Nevertheless they agree that Haiti needs more weapons and militarized police, despite the country’s exceptionally low crime rate. (English | French)