Tuesday, December 5

Mariano Fernández, former head of MINUSTAH suggests military action in Haiti

The former head of the United Nations Mission for the Stabilization of Haiti (Minustah), the Chilean Mariano Fernández, judged Thursday that a “military action” in Haiti was relevant and should provide assistance to the police to attack the armed gangs.

After describing the situation as “fragile” and “complicated”, Fernández believes that a military force in this country must be followed by a development plan that reduces the difficulties of the population.

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Only thus, assures Fernández, will there be any chance of success for a campaign led by foreign military forces to achieve political and social stability, as a prelude to economic and human development in the impoverished country.

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