Victim of armed attack and fire on the night of September 12 to 13, 2020, the national identification office (ONI) condemned this Monday September 14 with the greatest firmness this villainous act through of a public note signed Jude Jacques Elibert.
In recent days, the national identification office ONI has been the target of certain anti-government protesters. With premeditation, the office of the National Identification Office in Bourdon was set on fire. Less than two days later, the head of the office reacts.
In a long press release made public on Monday, September 14, the director general of the office deplored the cowardly act and the consequences that the latter leaves behind him in the minds of the employees._ “The ONI deplores that the agents assigned to this office suffered a terrible psychological shock at the time of this armed attack” _ regrets the director through the note.
The national office underlines that no loss of human life has been recorded. However, equipment is completely set on fire and the walls of the facade are partially blackened. “Impacts are visible on the walls and windows of the Building. A large quantity of cartridge cases was found inside the office “ noted the national identification office.
The work continues
” The national identification office, face to these regrettable attacks which affect its premises, intends to renew its commitment to continue to work in order to provide each Haitian citizen with a valid and secure identification document that meets international norms and standards. Finally, ONI hopes that the police and judicial authorities will do everything in their power to apprehend and bring before whom it may concern the perpetrators of these acts of intimidation so that they can answer for their crimes. The note concluded.
For your information, the office of the National Identification Office in Delmas was set on fire by protesters from Fantom 509 on Monday, September 14. Are they serial attacks? When will the government react?
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