Canada says one thing and does the opposite in Haiti. Despite Justin Trudeau saying Haitians must approve the solutions to their country’s crisis, in practice Canada simply imposes authoritarian measures. Last week Labour Against the Arms Trade tweeted, “on Tuesday, the last 10 remaining senators in Haiti’s parliament officially left office, leaving the country without... Continue Reading →
Uprising targets Canada’s man in Haiti
A popular uprising has paralyzed life in much of Haiti. While police are violently suppressing protesters, don’t expect Canadian officials to criticize security forces they fund. Major centres across Haiti have been blocked for days. Protesters want foreign appointed leader Ariel Henry to go. They are angry about insecurity and the cost-of-living. Stoking the growing... Continue Reading →
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