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Haitian Teachers Overseas Say ‘No to Occupation’

NO TO THE OCCUPATION, LONG LIVE A FREE AND SOVEREIGN HAITI, LONG LIVE THE TRANSITION OF THE FRACTURE TO THE DESTRUCTIVE NEOLIBERA ORDER

Sunday 20 November 2022 ((rezonodwes.com)) –

We, Haitian scholars abroad, are shocked and outraged by the devastating situation in our country. This situation is only the result of bad political practices that have prevailed in the country for more than ten years. It should be noted that this catastrophic situation was foreseeable since the intervention of the OAS and the core group to put their government at the head of the country in 2011. Not to mention the role the MINUSTAH played in dragging the country into that abyss.

Massacres, kidnappings, waste of public funds, repression and systematic violation of human rights and trivialization of life, these are the results of the decade of the PHTK regime in the country’s governance. This explains why since 2011 to date more than $10 billion in public funds have been wasted (HRIC, Petrocaribe and others), more than twenty massacres have been committed and hundred women and girls have been raped between 2018 and 2022. Class quarters, more than a hundred unpunished murders from different sectors…

All of these actions reflect the government’s political strategy aimed at crushing popular struggles demanding radical social transformation while the country is subjected to the domination of the core group, which still stands in solidarity with the PHTK regime. Note that the core group poses a threat to democracy in Haiti, where some embassies position themselves as the sole actor of legitimacy, giving and assuming power, in place of the sovereign people. The popular expression “chavire chodyè” clearly reflects the desire of the Haitian people to drastically break with these hegemonic political practices in the country for some time.

The presence of MINUSTAH, MINUJUSTH and BINUH, whose mission was to destroy armed gangs, stabilize the country and strengthen institutions, only worsened the situation in the country, the institutions were dismantled by the PHTK regime and the country is gangsterized. In addition, the representative of BINUH in Haiti, Helen Lalime, stated that with the federation of armed gangs (G-9 in family and allies: PHTK-CORE GROUP AND ALLIES), the kidnapping rate in the country has decreased. After the assassination of Jovenel Moïse, the core group installed Ariel Henri as prime minister, political practices remain unchanged, if not reinforcement of the same political practices by certain former opponents. Instead of giving the country a new direction, the situation in the country is getting worse.

In less than a year, the illegitimate government hiked the price of fuel twice. The last decision under the dictates of the IMF was the worst because it is an increase of more than 100% in a socio-economic context in which the Haitian people do not know where to turn because of the staggering prices of basic necessities. This anti-grassroots decision has systematically blocked the functioning of the country: schools, hospitals, universities and other institutions are closed, gangs are gaining ground, people are in precarious situations and in appalling misery.

This illegitimate and illegal government, whose people are demanding its resignation, has demonstrated its incompetence by urging the new “white settlers” to send a multinational force into the country to reinforce the colonial-imperialist rule that has been imposed on the country since 1915 was to protect his power and interests of the oligarchs. This is a betrayal of the Haitian Constitution, the Haitian people and their history. Until then, every military occupation that the country has known has only destabilized it, increasing misery by massacring the popular classes. It is therefore inconceivable and unacceptable that the instigators and producers of the country’s macabre situation should usurp the right to claim the solution, any solution that comes from them will only be cosmetic and catastrophic for the sovereign people.

Finally, we, the signers of this note, remain in solidarity with the Haitian people in their demands demanding a transition of the rupture. We condemn any idea of ​​strengthening the country’s supremacy through multinational military forces. We believe that the solution to the Haitian crisis lies in the hands of the political actors and Haitian civil society. We encourage the country’s political actors and civil society to seize the opportunity to find a solution to the crisis and to find a consensus that can enable the functioning and strengthening of institutions capable of responding to the challenges and to respond to the demands of the context.

In this sense, we stand in solidarity with any free and autonomous Haitian initiative to create a disruptive transition to create the necessary conditions for the Haitian people to live in peace and dignity.

Long live the self-determination of the Haitian people!

Signer:

First name Last name University/degree

  1. Walner Osna University of Ottawa/ Sociology
  2. Jean Bernard Jean Jean Louis UFC geography
  3. Fritz-son Lalane University of Ottawa/ Sociology
  4. Fritznel Honor Universidade Federal da Integração/Antropologia
  5. Magalie Civil University of Ottawa/ Sociology
  6. Pierre Ronsard Brunache University of Paris Sorbonne/Clinic and Psychopathology
  7. Dana Richemé University of Paris Cité/ Sociology
  8. University Guerchang Bastia Paris 8/ Urban planning and development
  9. Johny Gene Merilus University of Light, Lyon II/ Sociology
  10. John R. Gougueder Jean Federal University of Bahia/ Social Services
  11. Wilsot Louis University Paris Cité/Sociology
  12. Milcar Jeff Dorce University of Bordeaux/ International Law
  13. Jeanne Elsa Chery University of Paris 8/ Gender Studies
  14. Feguenson Hermogene Escuela Internationale de Cine y TV de Cuba
  15. Mackenson Beauvais Federal University of Bahia/Historia
  16. John Yvelet Charelus University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM)/ Sociology
  17. Luder Providence University Bolivariana of Venezuela/ Economía Política
  18. Riguender Util University of Ottawa/Sociology
  19. Mackenson Jean University of Ottawa/Anthropocene Geography
  20. Harry Moïse Practical College for Advanced Studies / Sociology
  21. Job Paul Universidade Federal da Bahia/Relações Internacionais
  22. Jean Nephetaly Michel University of Ottawa/ Sociology
  23. Mayens Mesidor University of Paris 8/Geography
  24. University Bergomy Hercules Sorbonne Paris Nord/Geography
  25. Wislene Dumesle University of Ottawa/Sociology
  26. Jean-Carlot Milien University of Paris 8/Geography
  27. Jean James JJ Rolph University of Guyana/Interculturality
  28. Moïse Eugène Lyon 2 University/Sociology
  29. Dieulin Ostavien Paris School of Urbanism/Urbanism
  30. Robert Barbier University of Lille/Legal History and Institutions
  31. Brunel Derilus John Jay College of Criminal JusticeNew York/Sociology
  32. Handy Leroy University of Ottawa/Social Work
  33. Dieubert Charlestin University of Ottawa/Sociology
  34. Baudelaire Julien School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences/Sociology
  35. Melissa. C Raymond University of Ottawa/Sociology
  36. Wisner Baguidy School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences/Anthropology
  37. Evenold Senate University of Ottawa/ Sociology
  38. Wilkenson Jules University of Ottawa/Sociology
  39. Nickson Pierre-Louis National University of Entre Rios/Agronomia
  40. Taniola Jean Felix National University of the Plata/ Medicine
  41. Djeansy Djarny E. Toussaint Federal University of Sao Paulo/Engenheiro Quimico
  42. Dieumann Nicolas University of Ottawa/Sociology
  43. Michel-Ange Pierre University of Ottawa/Social Work

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