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The United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) was established on June 1, 2004 by Security Council Resolution 1542. The U.N. mission succeeded a Multinational Interim Force ( MIF) authorized by the Security Council in February 2004 after President Jean-Bertrand Aristide departed the island for exile.
1- The U.N. Violates Its Own Charter : There Was no Armed Conflict in Haiti.
The whole U.N. military intervention in Haiti was built upon a true lie . Contrary to its official claims, there was no war situation spreading to several cities across the country; but there were armed gangs with a political agenda,human rights violations, and trained-military groups that were self-mandated by patriotism to restore law and order across the country.
An armed conflict is what’s happening now before everyone’s eyes in Syria where more than 70,000 people have died and hundreds of thousands have fled the country as the Assad Regime has battled rebels. It takes a lot of cynicism, on the part of the U.N., to call “armed conflict ” in Haiti where there has never been in any form,shape or stretch of imagination a single firefight on record between armed gangs and military groups during that time period.
2- The U.N.Violates The Law of The Land : Haitian Constitution ( March 1987).
By its military action, the U.N. violated the law of the land which upholds the principles of sovereignty and Independence embodied by the Constitution of March 1987.In other words, there are no legal grounds for the U.N. military intervention in Haiti.
No one is above the law.Therefore,no Haitian party has neither power nor authority to request, invite or impose a foreign military intervention upon the nation.
3 – The U.N. Fails Miserably in Haiti : institutionalization !
After eight (8) years of foreign occupation, with great blows of millions and billions of dollars, the institutionalization process remains a serious challenge. The inability of those “democracy builders” to respect, to enforce voting and elections is self-evident . Arbitrary and illegal eviction of elected mayors from their offices has been taking place across the country. The totalitarian move didn’t stop there ;but it turned to scandals when those vacant offices have been quickly fulfilled by President Martelly’s inner-circle of friends. Unfortunately, the U.N. spoke no evil, saw no evil,heard no evil despite of its self-mandate for democracy and institutionalization on the island. In fact, the powerful ones are embedded with the U.N Mission which provided full comfort for their misdeeds.
Presidential,congressional, mayoral and other races have gone from bad to worse over the years since the U.N. military intervention in 2004. What happened in November 28, 2010 was chaotic, and left many questions unanswered about the role of the U.N. force in Haiti.