3011th Meeting of Security Council: Situation in Haiti - Part 1

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03-Oct-1991 01:27:53
Security Council listens to the President of the Republic of Haiti discuss the threat to democracy in his country at the 3011th meeting.

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President of the Republic of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristade, stated, “In order to rescue democracy from the coup d’etat that took place in Haiti on 29 September, we have to turn our eyes to that land, thus expressing the international community’s solidarity."

“Standing united with the international community, which has vigorously condemned this crime perpetrated against democracy, and which, through the Organization of American States (OAS), has turned its gaze to Haiti in an attempt to negotiate a way out, thereby avoiding excessive criminal action, we believe together, with the Council, we can strengthen this demarche and save many lives.”


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S/PV.3011
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United Nations, Producer
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D2
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841808
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2428123