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Philip J Pierre expressed his concern over Haiti crisis

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Saint Lucia: Philip J Pierre, the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, expressed his view and concern over the situation of the neighbouring island nation of Haiti in the Caribbean region over the constant violence and weak control of government in his recent statement.

Amid the civil unrest, the increasing instability in the nation of Haiti and the uncontrollable crime by the gang members raise the concern of the global leader and PM Philip J Pierre. PM Pierre said that these incidents in Haiti are extremely concerning which led him to intervene.

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Haiti is currently suffering from instability in the country as the gangs in the nation have been committing crimes regularly for the past few years which is currently escalating and regular encounters started between the gang members and the law enforcement authorities.

The gang members stated that their intentions are to remove the current government from power and eventually take over the authorities. The gang members are representing them-self as revolutionaries. With their constant attack, the law maintenance of the government is getting weak day by day.

The government of Haiti kept on asking for the intervention of the global community in their national issue. Last year also Haiti officially requested the help of a multinational force to assist them in tackling the gangs who are taking over the nation and to maintain power of government in Port au Prince, the capital of Haiti.

During that time Saint Lucia stepped up for the help of the neighbouring nation of the Caribbean and led the CARICOM Eminent Persons Group with their influence to assist Haiti to take control over the deteriorating security situation.

PM Philip J Pierre mentioned in his statement that the regional community is together with Haiti in this situation and is in support of assisting the nation with the required aid and expertise to restore law and order back to the place.

In the statement, PM Philip J Pierre highlighted the deteriorated situation in Haiti and mentioned the acts of the criminal gangs and how they are becoming a problem for law enforcement agencies. Also their attack on crucial places like airports, prisons, and public places, which is leading to the displacement of many innocents with deaths.

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Ariel Henry, the acting President of Haiti, recently had a political visit to Kenya which was intended to collect support for the security force which is backed by the United Nations to take action over the situation of crisis in the nation.

PM Philip J Pierre also highlighted the approach of CARICOM towards the solution and neutralisation of the bun violation in the Caribbean region while stating that “CARICOM members are concerned about what is happening in Haiti.”

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