The Organization of American States (OAS) on Monday accused the international community and internal Haitian forces of the institutional crisis in Haiti, where the war between armed gangs has caused the death of dozens of people.
“The last 20 years of the international community’s presence in Haiti signify one of the strongest and most manifest failures that has been implemented and executed in any framework of international cooperation,” the OAS said in a statement. .
The international organization stressed that this is the result of a “poor political strategy” of the international community which was not able to facilitate the construction of a single institution with the capacity to respond to the problems of Haitians.
“Twenty years later, not a single institution is stronger than it was before,” the OAS said.
Despite this failure of the international community, the Hemispheric Organization believes that only Haitians can rebuild the country.