A Timetable to Withdraw UN Troops from Haiti

Two UN soldiers stand outside bank in Haiti.

UN troops have been in Haiti for six years, since the 2004 coup against the democratically elected government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. To date, there has been no announcement concerning when they plan to leave.

Urge President Obama and Congress to support the establishment of a timetable for the withdrawal of UN troops from Haiti by signing the petition below.

 

UN troops have been in Haiti since the 2004 coup against the democratically elected government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. More than six years later, the UN has not yet established a timetable according to which UN troops will be withdrawn from Haiti and all responsibility for security in Haiti will be transferred to Haitians. We urge you to support the establishment of a timetable for the withdrawal of UN troops from Haiti.
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  • 1-25 of 539 signatures
    Number Date Name Location Comment:
    539 Tue Mar 29 17:03:06 EDT 2011 Anonymous
    538 Tue Mar 29 17:02:46 EDT 2011 Anonymous
    537 Tue Mar 29 17:02:33 EDT 2011 Anonymous
    536 Tue Jan 18 00:15:53 EST 2011 Gabriel Shippy Lula, GA , United States
    535 Fri Jan 07 20:09:12 EST 2011 Liz Johnson Albany, CA , United States
    534 Sat Jan 01 13:31:38 EST 2011 Dorothy Kethler Talpa, NM , United States
    533 Fri Dec 31 00:25:00 EST 2010 Delan JACQUET boynton beach, FL , Please get out of Haiti. I think the UN Troops are more needed in Mexico, Irak and Ofganistan
    532 Thu Dec 30 17:28:57 EST 2010 Anonymous
    531 Wed Dec 29 02:45:45 EST 2010 Anonymous Please end the "first world's" continued revenge on the people of Haïti. All Haïtians fought for, and justly earned, the right to freedom. But, the French, the oligarchs of the U.S., and the Haïtians More....
    530 Tue Dec 28 17:32:10 EST 2010 Anonymous We have entirely too many foreign bases!! Close them ,and spend that money here! You can start with closing our base inHaiti
    529 Sun Dec 26 19:15:53 EST 2010 Linda Macias Mesa, AZ , US
    528 Sat Dec 25 16:36:10 EST 2010 Lisa Sullivan Barquisimeto, VA , Venezuela
    527 Sat Dec 25 02:51:43 EST 2010 Danny Dyche Hillsboro, OR , United States
    526 Wed Dec 22 23:42:49 EST 2010 Merry Tucker New York, NY , United States
    525 Wed Dec 22 11:53:20 EST 2010 Anonymous
    524 Tue Dec 21 18:47:24 EST 2010 Anonymous
    523 Mon Dec 20 19:02:25 EST 2010 Jitka Mencik Star Valley, AZ , United States
    522 Mon Dec 20 17:29:59 EST 2010 Anonymous
    521 Mon Dec 20 17:20:24 EST 2010 Harold Hodes Ithaca, NY , United States
    520 Mon Dec 20 16:44:30 EST 2010 Anonymous milwaukee, WI , US
    519 Mon Dec 20 15:18:02 EST 2010 Anonymous
    518 Mon Dec 20 14:14:33 EST 2010 Anonymous
    517 Mon Dec 20 12:04:35 EST 2010 Will Lotter
    516 Mon Dec 20 12:04:35 EST 2010 Will Lotter
    515 Mon Dec 20 10:03:02 EST 2010 Nancy Hatfield North Chelmsford, MA , US The disgraceful actions of the U.S. in Haiti and around the world need to stop. Colonialism is still practiced in the 21st Century -- it alive and well, and practiced by the U.S. government -- talking More....
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