Haitian immigrant advocates refute the New York Times on deportations

Santo Domingo RD.- A newspaper article published in the American newspaper The New York Times, entitled “In Exile” complains that “deportations and violence have led to tens of thousands of people of Haitian descent out of their homes in Dominican Republic-as the world remains silent. ”

Before the publication Haitian sectors, nationalists and experts in international law pro- reacted.

The article signed by journalist Jonathan Katz, reports that the border line -Pitre Anse- to a settlement of people who came there because according to the writer narrates the Dominican government intended to expel any person of Haitian descent was formed by by force if necessary.

This version is contradicted by the general coordinator of the National Bureau for Migration and Refugees in Dominican Republic William Charpentier.

In this sense, Charpertier claims to have knowledge of the families referred to by the journalist, but says they were not deported.

It states that in the Dominican Republic have never produced mass deportations.

Furthermore, international law experts and nationalists claim that anyone who returns home is exiled and that this report does not correspond to the truth.

This is not the first time the American newspaper The New York Times, publishes articles of this nature, on July 7, 2015 the writer Roxana Atholz published an article where he launched harsh criticism of the National Plan of Adjustment, criticism at that time They found the response of the Dominican Government who came to the defense of the Nation.

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