Canada has spoken, police force in Haiti yes, Army no

When you can't pick up the bill, you have to be satisfied with what is given to you. That is the case in Haiti. Canada is the latest member of the international community not to agree with the idea that Haiti should have a military force at this time. A spokesman for Canadian Minister of State of Foreign Affairs Diane Ablonczy, stated in an email to The Associated Press that because of the difficult condition of the Haitian population, it is not the right time to talk about a new military force.


Me Zanmi Koze pa pou wou, Ou Kon Tande ou pa gin Lajan min ouap fe Lwa

Instead, Canada is looking at the possibility to increase the capacity of the current Police force in Haiti.

President Michel Martelly still believe in the creation of a military force in Haiti. However, according to his latest statements, he has modified the speech and he is expected to announce the creation of a less ambitious military force on November 18.

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Monel says...

Pep ayisuen gade tet nou sou zepol nou, gen le nou manje manje bliye;Martely forme yon komisyon sivil ki gen a la tet li yon ansyen pwezidan kriminel ki li menn te komanse kraze lame a le li te fe ko leopa goumen ak pale nasyonal epi li te kazenn desalinn goumen ak pale nasyonal 2 pi gran ko lame peyi a te genyen.

se menn prospe avril sa a an 1988 ki te vini ak zafe zenglendo andedan peyi a kote lame ap rantre kay moun tiye vole vyole swadizan yo pat ka peye yo. Martely di anel belizer se yon evade prizon men martely bliye ke avril se yon avade prizon tou .ki LAME?

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