The Dominican Council of Evangelical Unity (Codue) asks the Dominican population to have a “cool head” in the face of the problems of the neighboring country of Haiti.
Pastor Feliciano Lacen Custodio says that the seriousness of the situation in that nation has exceeded the imaginable, and that unfortunately the solutions are still not presented.
He indicates that the disaster in Haiti has owners who do not want to accept responsibility and beneficiaries who have no interest in its resolution.
“It is false of all falsehood that in the Dominican Republic there is racism and discrimination, as has been said in international forums and organizations, since our nation is one of the most diverse in terms of skin color due to the various existing cultural mixtures,” he said. Lacen Custodian.
He believes that international organizations have “harmful plans” to create a climate of instability in order to have excuses for sanctioning the country.
He stated that each country has the sovereign right to direct its migratory processes without having to be considered racist using the protocol established by law.
He also disagreed with the United Nations Fund (Unicef) after they indicated that the country has deported 1,800 children without their parents to the Haitian nation.