US News Haitian migrants blocked on the American border: Washington blows warm and cold
prosecutor wants Premier for murder of Haiti's president charges
Port-au-Prince. The murder of the Haitian President was as spectacular as mysterious. She continues to clarify two months later. Now the prime minister should be charged. However, much remains unclear. © Joseph Odelyn The designated Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry (Mitte) and Interim Chimerier Minister Claude Joseph (right) posing for a group photo with other authorities in front of a portrait of the murdered Haitian President Jovenel Moise.
This new wave of migration was triggered after Washington Prolonged temporary protection status for Haitians present in the United States before July 29th. Images of the police at the borders pushing, on horseback, Haitian migrants in Del Rio, Texas, went around the world and shocked until the allied relatives of President Biden.
The American administration, already faced with the arrival of migrants from Central America, breaths the hot and the cold in this new migration crisis, between evictions and releases.
Despite the displayed firmness, the Department of Home Security seems to have released a number of migrants in the United States with a 60-day appearance order. Others, several hundred, continue to be expelled under an authorization related to the pandemic that deprives these migrants of the possibility of seeking asylum.
to the one: France indignant by the United States decision
© - Phil Noble The American Presidents Joe Biden and French Emmanuel Macron, at the G7 meeting in England, July 11, 2021 Tensions are More than palpable between France and the United States, following the cancellation of the contract of more than $ 30 billion signed with Australia for the construction of conventional submarines. A subject that trustes one of the American press this Friday.
A US government source evokes 7 daily flights to Haiti since Wednesday, a country, however, plunged into a serious political, security and humanitarian crisis. Policy "Incompatible with International Standards", stated on RFI the spokesman for the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Especially since the criteria that make it possible to decide who is expelled and which is released are not unveiled.
An unbearable situation for the American emissary in Haiti. Denunning "inhuman" evictions, Daniel Foote resigned, throwing a pavement more into the tired of her. "I will not assign me to the United States' inhuman and counterproductive decision to expel thousands of Haitian refugees and illegal immigrants in Haiti, a country where our officials are confined to secure complexes because of the danger of the danger. The armed gangs controlling daily life, "he asks in his resignation letter dated this Wednesday, September 22 and addressed to the Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Chaos in Borderstadt: USA want to take thousands of people in a short time
In the face of thousands of migrants in the US border town Del Rio, the US wants to bring people to the people quickly and in large numbers. In the coming 24 hours, up to 3000 people should be relocated to other places, announced the head of the US border patrol, Raul Ortiz, on Sunday afternoon (local time). From there, most of them are returned with aircraft in their home countries - the majority of migrants come from the Bitter-armed Caribbean State of Haiti.
Transfers to Guantanamo
of the sources cited by the Agency AP explain that the administration is more likely to let people enter the territories considered vulnerable, like pregnant women and families with young children. The small town of Del Rio, Texas, hosted last weekend up to more than 14,000 migrants. Some were transferred to other cities along the TEXAS border, others in Arizona where they were handed over to the border police.
Faced with this sudden influx, the United States would consider, according to the local press, to transfer some people to Guantanamo. It would not be the first time: Haitian poat-people had already been placed in retention centers in the early 1990s.
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© Dario Thuburn / AFP Polish non-governmental organizations warn against a humanitarian crisis at this Eastern EU border where six people are already dead of cold, hunger and exhaustion. Poland prolongs 60 days the state of emergency on the polono-belarus border facing the influx of migrants. The country accuses Russia and Belarus from being at the origin of the current wave of illegal immigration at its terrestrial border.