Uruguay Officials coming to Haiti do discuss retraction of their MINUSTAH troops

Uruguay officials are coming to Haiti next week to discuss the removal of their MINUSTAH troops from Haiti. Lately, the president of Uruguay has been making threatening to remove his MINUSTAH troops from Haiti if the democratic process is not on the right track... I guess it's not because... They're coming!

Altrepresse reports...

Uruguayan Foreign Minister Luis Almagro, and under-secretary of defense, Jorge Menendez, will make next week an official visit to Haiti to discuss the withdrawal of Uruguayan troops belonging to the United Nations Mission for the Stabilization 'Haiti (MINUSTAH)...

The exact date of the visit is not known, but it should be done before the end of November.

The officials also plan to go to the United Nations to discuss the retraction of Uruguayan troops from Haiti.

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David Grant says...

According to the constitution of Haiti, elections must be held when it is due. The government of Haiti is compelled to act in accordance with its constitution.

The government of Uruguay is not to be blamed if they threaten to withdraw their troops.

It seems to me that Haitians do not know the importance of the MINUSTAH.

Maybe, when they are all gone, they will understand why they were sent to keep the

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Nap Kite Sa says...

They are picking a fine time to leave...

What is up with that?

Well, Uruguay, If you have to leave: It is been real, brother...

Thanks for the

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Wosena says...


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Tonton Michel says...

Don't let the door hit you on your way

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