Four points should appear on the agenda for discussions between the members of the Haitian National Police Union (SPNH-17) and the de facto Minister of Justice and Public Security Lucmane Delille. The police are exploring the best options to ease the tensions.
Saturday May 23, 2020 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The commission set up by the central committee of the SPNH-17 wanted to meet, Thursday, May 21, Minister Lucmane Delille, to explain the union's concerns regarding the latest police movements organized in Port-au-Prince, returned the agent Abelson Gros-Nègre. The SPNH-17 spokesperson also made reference to 4 points in a recently prepared document to be submitted to Mr. Delille for assessment in order to fix the union's position and soften relations.
At Christophe Avenue, the delegation led by police officer Gros-Nègre left empty-handed after several minutes of waiting. Justice Minister Lucmane Delille, who was missing, appears to have upset the day's agenda, said the spokesman. As a result, Inspector Frantzy Termilus, a member of the Minister's office, was instructed to receive the members of the commission, it may be observed.
The contents of the document were not disclosed by Agent II of the PNH also spokesperson for SPNH-17. However, some informed guessing claims related to the decision of the Prosecutor's Office of Port-au-Prince to prohibit the coordinator of the union Yanick Joseph to leave the country.
The correspondence of the deputy of the government commissioner near the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince Gulmail Nicolas orders the director of the Immigration and Emigration Service, Joseph Ciancuilli to prevent the leader of the SPNH-17 from leaving the country.
In the meantime, the agents plan to meet with Minister Delille in the coming days to discuss the interests of the SPNH-17. They also hope to meet Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe to try to soften the reports.