Former Republican Vice President Margarita Cedeno spoke about the Haitian crisis on Thursday, describing the neighboring country as a “failed state” and justifying her revelation by making sure that the country’s government did not control its territory.
“We cannot consider this situation, which has arisen now and will arise later, because it will arise later, because of course Haiti is also a failed state, and the failed state that territory is not controlled by government forces,” Sideno said.
The former First Lady’s statement was made during an interview on the radio space “Sol de la Manana” broadcast by ZOL FM 106.5, in which she highlighted the need to protect the Dominican-Haitian border.
“In the Dominican Republic we have to deal with this situation constantly and permanently. Now there is a situation that presents an uncertainty … I do not want to say that it is dangerous, but it should be called. The voice of warning and caution,” he said.
Similarly, a member of the political committee of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), he expressed concern, citing recent events that have contributed to the social and political instability in Haiti, such as the assassination or problem of Jovnell Moyes. Criminal gangs.
Along with this, fuel shortages have, at times, paralyzed key sectors in the country.