Fearing Deportation, Haitians in the Dominican Republic have DESERTED the Streets

Out of fear of being deported from the Dominican Republic, many Haitians immigrants who usually are out there buying and selling in Capital Santo Domingo and Santiago have deserted the streets...

Domimican Immigration Officials Chasing Haitians
Domimican Immigration Officials Chasing Haitians

HaitiLibre.com reports a considerable drop in the presence of our compatriots in public places usually crowded by Haitian and on sidewalks, in the streets and avenues, in Santo Domingo...

They also mention a popular Thursday market in the Pueblo Nuevo neighborhood of Santiago that is literally deserted by Haitians buyers and sellers...

The fear of deportation and repatriation seems high amongst Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian decent...

What do you think about that?

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Garry Destin says...

Why don't they just sell and get

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