Haitians won’t be allowed to continue protest in front of building
Santiago.- Interior and Police Minister Jose Ramon Fadul on Monday asked that Haitian’s ambassador Fritz Cineas intervene to seek a solution to the deadlock with the 112 Haitian workers camped outside the Labor Ministry since mid December, demanding back pay from a packing company.
“We want to appeal to the Haitian ambassador to comes to the rescue of his nationals and will find a place to settle this conflict, because it represents a health problem,” Fadul said.
The official, who spoke after taking part in the Awards for Excellence, said the illegal immigrants from the neighboring country shouldn’t remain in the open and in subhuman conditions.
He warned that even if the conflict is in court, the authorities cannot ignore them and cannot allow them to continue camped out in front of the government building.
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