OAS not happy with Ricardo Seitenfus for criticizing MINUSTAH role in Haiti

Ricardo Seitenfus, the OAS representative for Haiti, was removed from his position for unflattering statement made about the role of MINUSTAH in Haiti. In an Interview with Le Temps newspaper, Ricardo Seitenfus said that the arrival of MINUSTAH in Haiti did not accomplish great things to the population. Mr. Seitenfus went on to say that: "When the level of unemployment is 80 per cent, it is unbearable to deploy a stabilization mission. There is nothing to stabilize and everything to build."


Ricardo Seitenfus commented that the presence of MINUSTAH in Haiti made things worst instead of better. He also said that " [They] want to turn Haiti into a capitalist country, an export platform for U.S. market, it's absurd."

What do you think about the comments made by OAS Representative Ricardo Seitenfus regarding the presence of MINUSTAH in Haiti?

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Pierre-m Antoine says...

when we need haiti to change, that will be the first part, so if we can not send them out in the country we will never get resolte.they paid for doing nothing but who they are to protected, we know they never their to the people.the poeple are not rich as you can see any country who can not let them do whatever they wanted you will be souffer.

i like when someone talk about what they

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