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La rédaction d’Areanews Média a reçu une lettre ouverte poignante de la part de Clément Chrispin, adressée au Chargé d’Affaires américain, Eric Stromayer.

Publié : le vendredi 16 fév. 2024 à 10h 40 am

La rédaction d’Areanews Média a reçu une lettre ouverte poignante de la part de Clément Chrispin, adressée au Chargé d’Affaires américain, Eric Stromayer. Dans cette lettre, Chrispin exprime ses inquiétudes quant à la situation politique en Haïti, appelant à une réévaluation de la position des États-Unis vis-à-vis du gouvernement en place. Il soulève des préoccupations majeures concernant la démocratie, la justice et la stabilité dans le pays, exhortant à une action éclairée pour le bien-être d’Haïti et des États-Unis.

<< Dear Chargé d’Affaires Eric Stromayer,

Growing up as an individual born in Haiti, I have always admired the accomplishments of my ancestors who courageously fought for Haiti’s independence and even supported the United States in its quest for freedom.

However, recent events have left me dismayed as principles of freedom and justice seem compromised. I implore you, along with the Biden administration, to reconsider supporting Ariel Henry and those associated with him. This alignment could have severe consequences, potentially affecting President Biden’s second term and the Democratic Party’s control of the House and the Senate.

The realization that Haiti might be facing a new form of colonization under your governance struck me during your interview with a respected journalist. The lack of inquiry into the unwavering U.S. support for Ariel Henry raises concerns, especially considering he wasn’t elected through proper channels.

Ariel Henry’s nomination via a tweet, without the approval of institutions overseeing the Haitian people, contradicts democratic principles. Organizing elections under insecurity, mistrust, fear, stress, and inhumane conditions only worsens the situation, plunging the Haitian people into more chaos and misery.

I am aware of President Biden’s past statements regarding Haiti, including his remark, “If Haiti sinks or rises from the Atlantic Ocean, it will have no impact on the United States of America.” Enlighten us about the disregard for the lives of the Haitian people. If his stance remains the same in 2024, I implore you to let my people go.

The alleged involvement of Ariel Henry in the unfortunate death of President Jovenel Moïse and his efforts to obstruct justice further complicate matters. I fear that your government’s position may lead to a significant loss of support from the Haitian community in the upcoming elections.

I implore you to reconsider your position and advocate for the principles of justice, transparency, and democracy for the well-being of both Haiti and the United States.

Sincerely, Clement Chrispin>>

Me. Wadson ALIX, 

Rédacteur en chef 

Areanews Média 

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