[WSMDiscuss] Fanmi Lavalas April 15, 2019 Press Release
jai.sen at cacim.net
Mon Apr 22 00:13:56 CEST 2019
Sunday, April 21, 2019
You did indeed, Jacques !
And thanks for this post – we get all too little news on movements in Haiti. Please do post more such news here.
> On Apr 20, 2019, at 8:22 PM, Jacques Depelchin <jdepelchin41 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jai, i hope i got it right this time.
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> From: haiti action <action.haiti at gmail.com <mailto:action.haiti at gmail.com>>
> Date: Fri, Apr 19, 2019 at 9:26 PM
> Subject: Fanmi Lavalas April 15, 2019 Press Release
> To: haiti action <action.haiti at gmail.com <mailto:action.haiti at gmail.com>>
> Fanmi Lavalas Press Release - April 15, 2019*
> Fanmi Lavalas Political Organization strongly condemns the many assassinations and
> massacres that are taking place against community residents of Lasalin, Waf Jeremi,
> Tokyo and other areas with the support of government representatives that began last
> November and are continuing today. These actions that must revolt the conscience of
> everyone in the country are taking place day and night; despite the unending cries for
> help by community residents, the government has remained silent and has done nothing
> to provide assistance.
> Human rights organizations, civil society, the moral conscience of everyone in general
> must be awakened to come together with these community residents to put an immediate
> end to this intolerable situation which should not be occurring in a civilized country.
> Every person is a human being, and every human being has the right to live in security
> under the protection of the law, as the constitution of the country requires.
> Fanmi Lavalas once again vigorously condemns this situation. We ask everyone who is
> engaged in the movement to create a new model of government to be in active solidarity
> with the people who are being robbed, raped, killed, and burned because we are all
> human beings and we are brothers and sisters. Today it is them; if we remain silent,
> tomorrow it may be worse for the residents of other neighborhoods and other parts of the
> Alone we are weak,
> Together we are strong
> All together we are Lavalas.
> Executive Committee of Fanmi Lavalas
> Dr. Maryse Narcisse
> Mr. Joël Vorbe
> Dr. Jean Myrto Julien
> Agr. Anthony Dessources
> *Unofficial English translation by Haiti Action Committee
> sent by Haiti Action Committee
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