Former deputy criticizes government’s refusal to allow Haitians to protest |

Rafael Mendes.

NEIBA.— Former Deputy Rafael Mendes The government’s attitude of denying permission to the demonstration was considered Immigrants Here resides the narrow-mindedness of the Dominican authorities, “and the most far-reaching argument to justify the decision.”

Méndez, Fuerza del Pueblo’s deputy candidate, recalled that the demonstration was aimed at the Dominican government’s repeated demands from the international community for a solution to the humanitarian crisis and social and political stability. In a neighboring country.

The Dominican Republic’s government appears to be acting disingenuously in the face of its neighbor’s drama, as it calls for the international community to mobilize, while preventing the country’s people from raising their voices here. ,” he said.

He said the government’s argument was far-fetched, and the home and police ministry warned that “a foreigner should be ordered to be deported when he carries out activities affecting social peace, national security or the public in the country”. Order” is the plural of the Dominican Republic.

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