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UN Forces Returning to Haiti Envisioned by Former MINUSTAH Chief

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Edmond Mulet, the former Head of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti, said at forum in the Dominican Republic this week that "the current situation in Haiti could encourage a new intervention by the United Nations."

Mr. Mulet was participating in a forum at the PUCMM Catholic University in Santiago, Dominican Republic. The event was attended by representatives of diplomatic missions and organized by Ito Bisonó, President of the Center for Analysis of Public Policies in that country.

The former Chief of MINUSTAH spoke about the political and social crisis in Haiti and said that "the current situation could encourage a new intervention by the United Nations." A possibility that the former head of MINUSTAH does not rule out if the Haitian crisis worsens.

It is his belief that the situation he characterized at "convulsive" represented a threat to the Dominican Republic and the entire Caribbean region. He made an appeal to the international community to take action to alleviate the problem of famine and broken institutions in Haiti.

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UN Forces Returning to Haiti Envisioned by Former MINUSTAH Chief