Local November 17, 2021 | 7:06 am

Think tank rips Dominican Gov.’s deportation policy

Santo Domingo.- After the call made by the United Nations (UN) to the Dominican Government to suspend the deportations of Haitian women in labor for considering them to violate human rights, the Montalvo Center invited the Dominican authorities to resume the policy of relations with Haiti with adherence to legality.

The entity noted that the Dominican Government must act according to the principles of international law and the best diplomatic experience, “resisting the temptation of hasty and violent solutions, but above all unjust, in search of scapegoats to gain political legitimacy.”

The think tank questioned the capacity of the heads of Migration, Interior and Police and the Ministry of Public Health for their pronouncements justifying the deportations, ignoring the international agreements of organizations where the Dominican Republic is a signatory, or worse, ignoring the very legislation created by the Dominican Congress.

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Paul Tierney
November 17, 2021 7:59 am

The Montalvo Center “invites” the RD to resume relations with Haiti. How can the RD have relations with a country in chaos having a washed up government. It would to be a better policy for the Montalvo Center to offer the RD a suggestion of how to stop “uninvited” Haitians from coming into the country?

The Haitian solution has to enforced at the border.

November 17, 2021 9:15 am

Some how the Un only seems to criticize only DR. Haiti is a broken country and government and DR had nothing to do with it. The only reason Haiti is able to survive for decades is with the help of DR. They turn a blind eye on that. DR is nice enough to allow their pregnant women give labor in DR hospitals because their bkoken government can’t do that. They don’t see that. And they should not be citizens of DR how that want.

Last edited 2 years ago by Yoywue
November 17, 2021 9:36 am

Treating Haitian citizens with dignity is the advantage of the DR, The DR will be blessed. If not, its citizens will suffer the same treatment abroad and it will hurt. Please refrain with your stupide comments that don’t help the situation , we are one people the devil wants to divide us , I love Dominicans just like I love Haitians and all nations. Hate is from the devil and love is from God the Almighty Creator of all things. Jesus coming soon !! Repent from hatred an bigotry embrace God’s love and you will love your neighbors as yourself. Que viva Hispanola!!

November 17, 2021 10:51 am
Reply to  DTO

Jajajajajaja look here guys us filghting each other isn’t going to fix the issue us killing eachother Is what they want us to do so noone Is left alive in this island to stop what they got in plan for this island just look at the bigger picture here why did the white Man brought afican slaves to the American lands so the afican could do the white Man drity job thats Way in the u.s.a white AND black are still killing each other becuase the white Man thinks that’s their land but that’s not the case here with D.R. AND Haití there are two nation in one island how many island dose the world have with two courty in it …just remember this before you guys forget the tech industry Is at a crunch point right now computer chips plant are working flat out as a result of a shorts supply of semiconductors as know as computer chips …….

Lidia Garcia
November 18, 2021 2:00 am

The United States, Canada, Cuba, Jamaica, Bahamas, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama and everybody else deport undocumented Haitians. So, tell me why we are the ones who can’t deport undocumented people that violates our immigration laws?

Lidia Garcia
November 18, 2021 2:09 am

The Haitians are displacing poor Dominican pregnant women from the health care system in DR, the same thing is happening with Dominicans in the labor market, and Dominican children in public schools. We have been too nice for too long and they don’t even recognize nor appreciate it. The time has come to help the Haitians in their country and not in DR. I don’t see the UN, the US or the international community complaining about Haitian treatment in Haiti. Or doing anything to stabilize that place and those people. There is no Dominican solution to the Haitian problem. We’ve been so nice that we are loosing our country.

Last edited 2 years ago by Lidia Garcia