Dominican Deportations to Haiti: Amnesty International Releases SHOCKING Report
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Telecharger/Download the report here: "Where are we going to live?" Migration and statelessness in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
According to the report more than 100,000 have been deported from the Dominican Republic to Haiti and out these people, thousands of them are actually Dominican citizens deported to Haiti.
Dominican authorities would stop someone in the streets who "look" Haitian, ask you for ID, if you cannot provide identification right then and there, they would stick you on a bus and ship you directly to the border...
Erika Guevara-Rosas, Americas Director at Amnesty International says:
"Since arbitrarily stripping thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent of their nationality, Dominican authorities created a human rights crisis that is leaving tens of thousands of people in an absolute and desperate legal limbo."
Download the report here: "Where are we going to live?" Migration and statelessness in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
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