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Haitian party threatens general uprising


Haitian party threatens general uprising

Port-au-Prince, Aug 19 (Prensa Latina) The Popular Patriotic Movement Dessalinien (Mopod) threatened today with a general uprising if the Prime Minister is unable to control security.
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The organization assured in a communiqué that from October 24 it will take justice into its own hands and plans to install three coordinations in the North, South, and Central Plateau regions.

“If Haiti remains under the control of gangs and armed bandits, after the expiration of the ultimatum given to Ariel Henry by the United Nations, we will understand that only the people is capable of restoring security in the country,” the party said in a statement.

Last week the UN Security Council insisted on the urgency of reaching an agreement on a political process that would allow for elections and asked the government for an update on progress in this regard no later than October 17.

It also threatened to freeze assets or impose travel bans on those who participate in or support organized gang violence and criminal activities or human rights abuses.

Calls for general mobilization have increased in recent weeks amid an upsurge in violence by armed groups, which operate with impunity.

The Unified Movement of Haitian Transporters called for protests against insecurity and the high cost of living and described the situation in Haiti as genocide.

Also the Matriz Revolution organization, led by former senator Antonio Cheramy, suggested a general mobilization to “save Haiti from sinking” and called for an end to negotiations with Prime Minister Ariel Henry.


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