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Haiti – Justice : The OPC accuses the Government Commissioner of «Cretinism»


Haiti – Justice : The OPC accuses the Government Commissioner of «Cretinism»

14/09/2020 10:12:50

Sunday the Office for the Protection of the Citizen (OPC), expressed its indignation and its deepest concern following the acts of violence recorded the day before in Port-au-Prince where State service vehicles were attacked and set on fire following the the police demanding the release of 5 of their companions sent to the National Penitentiary, Friday September 11 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-31791-haiti-justice-release-of-5-udmo-agents-incarcerated-at-the-national-penitentiary.html accused of having facilitated by their absence or their passivity the soiling of the residence of the President of the Bar of the Port¬au-Prince Bar, Me Monferrier Dorval, assassinated on the 28th last August https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-31661-icihaiti-pelerin-5-assassination-of-the-president-of-the-bar-of-port-au-prince.html

“These violent demonstrations, unacceptable in a democratic society, project the image of an uncontrollable country, finding itself on an anarchic and explosive path […]

The OPC condemns the attitude of the Government Commissioner, Me Gabriel Ducarmel, who showed cretinism in the treatment of this file by not having had the perspicacity to transfer it to the cabinet of instruction but by deciding to issue warrants of committal against the police officers having committed an administrative fault.

The OPC is also questioning the attitude of the members of the Superior Council of the National Police (CSPN), “who waited, as usual, for the situation to deteriorate instead of intervening upstream. This situation creates a psychosis of fear in Haiti and endangers the life and property of citizens who agree to live in the country despite numerous socio-economic constraints,”” recalling that no society can be built on violence.

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