The transition council wants to reconquer lost territories

The transition council wants to reconquer lost territories
The transition council wants to reconquer lost territories

New government, new narrative. The presidential council ensures that there is no more territory lost in Haiti.
This is the strong message that the president of the presidential transitional council, Mr. Edgard Leblanc, wanted to convey during the official flag day ceremony.
Every meter of the territory belongs to the Haitian State, said Mr. Leblanc, giving assurance of the efforts made to make these declarations a reality.
On the ground, the balance of power has changed considerably. The bandits can no longer resist the combined forces of specialized units of the Police and the armed forces. The bandits suffered heavy losses at Gressier and at the Court of Auditors.
Donations of equipment and materials from the United States in particular allow the Police to regain control.
The Minister of Justice, Ms. Émilie Prophète Milcé, had, a year ago, indicated that the Martissant area was part of the lost territories. At that time the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry was on the defensive and the police fled before the bandits’ attack.
Minister Milcé had been the subject of much criticism for this declaration considered as a capitulation.
The presidential council can count on a reinforced police force, a presence of the armed forces and the imminent arrival of a multinational mission. The tide is about to turn and the presiding advisors announce that fear must change sides.
LLM / radio Métropole Haiti

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