Venezuela: the Mediator in the Haitian-Dominican Denationalization crisis

There was a meeting in Venezuela between Dominican and Haitian authorities regarding the decision to render stateless thousands of Dominicans of Haitian origin. This meeting was held on Tuesday, 19 Nov 2013. Venezuela is trying to find a happy medium to this crisis... Keep in mind, The Dominican Republic, is in the Petrocaribe oil alliance...

Former Haitian President Michel Martelly and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez

This meeting was held under the mediation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, aims to find a solution that does not affect the Dominican-Haitian.

During this first meeting, according to Haiti press network, President Maduro and other Venezuelan authorities attended as peacemakers, seeking that the Dominican Republic and Haiti have a shared understanding of the judgment of the Constitutional Court.

What do you think might come out of this meeting?

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Nap Kite Sa says...

Dominikan yo pran nou tankou po patate, nou tro DIVIZE pou yo pran nou au

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Patrick Princivil says...

Haïtiens, fo nou pa joué avec pèp Dominicain yo non, yo rentré vin volè boeufs paysan yo jist en Haïti et yal coché yo nan pays

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Legrand Parisien Salvant says...

While most of the Dominicans impacted by the ruling of the Constitutional Court of the Dominican Republic, the Haitian authorities are mishandling the crisis.

Dominican Republic has not violated any Haitian laws, however, the country has violated every and all international laws, conventions, accords, agreements, in the books.

This is Hitlerism in the islands and must be dealt with at the highest levels of the International Courts, Juridictions, Tribunals, etc.

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