Military Corps of Engineers blocked Minister of Defense in Pacot

On Monday, May 9, 2016 the tension was very high at the gate of the Minister of Defense in Pacot. It was reported that several dozens of armed soldiers from the body of Military of Engineering(CORGE) took position at the gate of the Minister of Defense, preventing access to the employees of the minister. They locked the main gate of the institution to demand their use in securing the country.


Enex Jean Charles who is both the Prime Minister and Minister of Defense was unable to access the facility either.

These Military soldiers who have been trained by the Ecuadorian Army Corps are complaining about a lack of integration. They stated that they have been trained to intervene in Natural disaster and also securing land border, sea and air; however no actions have been taken so far to make good use of their skills

Several Units of Police were deployed to deal with the situation. The outcome is still unknown at this point

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Cesar says...

This is the reason we don't need these idiots soldiers in Haiti because they have no respect at all even their boss. If they don't take any order from their superior, who do you think they will order from. If we integrate them as part of our military in Haiti, we shall have more coup d'etat than the previous regime used to have. We need someone as colonel Atouriste to keep them in check.

To finish they need to send cité soleil to help rebuild the county not in public where they can be

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