Port-au-Prince Haiti - Démolition et anarchie au centre-ville

Le Nouvelliste - June 4 2014, 11:48 AM

Le processus de démolition des maisons se poursuit au centre-ville de Port-au-Prince.

Mais ce ne sont plus seulement les pelles mécaniques, les engins lourds des Travaux publics qui détruisent les maisons.

Dans les zones concernées par le processus d'expropriation, les jeunes gens se mettent au pas. Marteaux et scies métalliques en main, ils n'attendent même pas le signal des techniciens des Travaux publics pour arracher les portes, les fenêtres, et commencer à abattre les maisons à coups de marteau.

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