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https://soundcloud.com/carelpedre/reyaksyon-carel-apre-vizit-nan-tete-a-leau-kote-anpil-rapatriye-ap-vivHaiti's social media star Carel Pedre talks to desperate deportees
Threat to deport Haitians en masse prompts a crisis, Pedre says
Author: Andrea Torres, Local10.com Reporter, email@example.com
Published On: Jul 06 2015 07:28:42 PM EDT Updated 1 h
Dominicans of Haitian descent and Haitians who lived in the Dominican Republic continued to abandon their homes to cross the border Monday, as the voluntary exit deadline for the undocumented arrived.
Humanitarian crisis boils in the Caribbean
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ON THE STREETS. THE $6.7 BILLION BUDGET WILL GO PUBLIC TOMORROW. Janine Stanwood: IT IS A CRISIS IN YOU CARIBBEAN THAT IS TEARING FAMILIES APART AS THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC THREATENS TO DEPORT THOUSANDS OF UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS. NEKI MOHAN IN THE NEWSROOM WITH A PREVIEW OF HER SPECIAL REPORT. Reporter: TODAY IS THE DEADLINE FOR VOLUNTARY DEPORTATIONS FOR THE UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. OVER 500,000 PEOPLE, MOST OF THEM HAITIAN ACCIDENTS, WERE GIVEN A -- DESCEND ANTIHISTAMINES WERE GIVEN A DEADLINE TO PROVE DOCUMENTS FOR STAT US. WE WENT TO THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND FOUND PEOPLE LIVING WITH THE FEAR OF BEING FORCED OUT. HERE HAITIAN. WE KNOW WE ARE HAITIAN. BUT THIS IS ABUSE WHAT YOU ARE DOING. Reporter: PRODUCE YOUR PAPERWORK OR GET OUT. THAT'S THE MESSAGE RESOUNDING AMONG THE MIGRANT POPULATION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. WE WENT TO SANTO DOMINGO AND FOUND LONG LINES FILLED WITH FRUSTRATED PEOPLE. I HAVAL MY PAPERWORK COMPLETED SINCE FEBRUARY. I COME HERE EVERY DAY, AND THEY JUST GIVE AN APPOINTMENT. HOW MANY DAYS DO WE HAVE TO BE HERE? ALL YEAR? Reporter: AN A BAUTISTA HAS BEEN IN LINE FOR FOUR DAYS TRYING TO FINISH HER PAPERWORK. IN 2013, THE SUPREME COURT OF THE COUNTRY RULED TO STRIP CITIZENSHIP OF PEOPLE BORN IN THE COUNTRY TO NON-DOMINICAN CITIZENS AS FAR BACK AS 1929. THAT LED TO A MAD RUSH TO REGISTER FOR LEGAL STATUS, AN IMPOSSIBLE TASK FOR THOSE WHO COULD NOT AFFORD THE THOUSANDS OF PACE SOS TO DO SO. WE DROVE TO THE HAITI BORDER WHERE PEOPLE ARE CROSSING DAILY BACK INTO A LAND THEY DO NOT KNOW AND WHERE THEY DID NOT SPEAK THE LANGUAGE. THE DOMINICAN GOVERNMENT SAID IT'S REGISTERING ITS POPULATION BUT SOME ARE CALLING THEIR METHODS RAISE, EVENING GOING AS FAR AS TO SAY THIS IS ETHNIC
Haitian media personality Carel Pedre, reports on the entertainment industry in his popular radio show Chokarella, Creole for Carel's show. He recently interviewed deportees in Tete-a-l'eau in the Sud-Est region of Haiti.
An unidentified woman said that she was often the victim of humiliating insults in the Dominican Republic. She was denied medical attention at a hospital and kicked out, she said.
"'Leave, leave, get out, leave, respect, you are a demon,'" a woman said she was told.
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Pedre shared the dramatic interviews in Creole on Sound Cloud with his 39,400 followers on Twitter. Pedre, who travels to Miami often, said Dominican officials pushing the immigration law were causing a lot of suffering.
His interviewees said there was hunger, a sense of desperation and uncertainty about the job market. His post had been played about 2,398 times in four days.
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The immigration law -- endorsed by a small group of ultra nationalist politicians -- created a humanitarian crisis, Haitian officials said. According to Dominican authorities, the estimated affected were 450,000, about 290,000 were able to register and nearly 31,275 have left the country.
The Dominican deadline for Haitians to register -- and meet what were in most cases unreasonable requirements -- at overloaded registration centers was June 17. The deadline for voluntary exit if unable to register was July 6.
Haitian ambassador to the Dominican Republic, Daniel Supplice, said Saturday in an interview with Le Nouvelliste that his government has not been able to help those requesting documentation.
Families are being separated and the meager donations coming in are not enough to help the new arrivals, according to Haitian media.
Pedre came in contact with the crisis back in June when the Haitian president's son, Olivier Martelly, organized a free concert featuring Lil Wayne and Chris Brown in Port-au-Prince.
Follow Local 10 News reporter Neki Mohan on Twitter @NekiMohan