Haiti - From MINUSTAH to MINUJUSTH, a new Mission for Justice Support

The UN Mission to Stabilize Haiti is ending but NOT everyone is going home... The UN Security council authorities a new Mission in Haiti, this time it is for justice support.

Jose Luiz Jaborandy - Haiti MINUSTAH Lieutenant Commander

As of October 15, 2017, the UN Mission known as MINUSTAH will cease to exist in Haiti but the UN Security council will establish a smaller peacekeeping mission, the UN Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH), with a mandate to assist the government of Haiti in strengthening rule of law institutions, further support and develop the Haitian National Police and engage in human rights monitoring, reporting and analysis.

The new mission will retain seven of the current 11 formed police units, while the number of individual police will be reduced from 1,001 to 295.

Also read MINUSTAH Finally Leaving Haiti - UN Security Council votes to end Haiti peacekeeping operation

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MINUJUSTH taking over where MINUSTAH left off

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Nicolas Marc-atoine says...

I think it's could be a good thing for Haiti.

Im ready to bring my intelectual and physical

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Vladimir Pierre says...

I think that it's good but I hope to find a job in

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