This week the questioned regional organization recognized the 20 years of failure of the international presence in Haiti, in whose management criminal gangs spread and were not able to facilitate the construction of solid state institutions.
In addition, he assured that the Caribbean nation does not have the human, financial and material resources to combat armed groups and asked the international community to play its role.
According to the former minister, the OAS wants a greater presence and more direct control than when the United Nations Stability Mission was there because it assumes that Haiti is a failed state that will not be able to recover without the total control of the security and economic structures by the international community.
However, he admitted that the problem of insecurity is very serious, the forces to combat it are insufficient and it is urgent to solve the problem of number, quality and equipment, he assured.
In the last few weeks, there have been many statments from international organizations warning about the rise of gang violence in Haiti and the hundreds of deaths and tens of thousands of displaced people caused by the clashes between these groups.
For its part, the government reiterated its promises to put an end to this phenomenon, although without citing concrete measures or strategies.