Former Senator Moïse Jean Charles is banned from entering the United States for 5 years

In an interview granted this Tuesday, the number 1 of the political party Pitit Desalin, Moïse Jean Charles confirmed that the American authorities canceled his visa and forced him not to return to the United States for the next five years.

Following his return to Nigeria, former Senator Moïse was apprehended by immigration officials in the United States and taken into custody while they analyzed his file for several hours before being deported to Haiti at aboard AA Flight 819 Gate D26.

“They took me and put me in a room and asked me to explain my visit and the people I met in Nigeria and my conversation with Maduro last November when I did not speak to the Venezuelan president in November. Then I was placed in a prison (a cold room) from midnight to 7 a.m. before boarding a plane,” he said during a press conference.


On the other hand, the politician said that during his hearing, the American authorities asked him many questions relating to his tour in Africa. As a result, the former mayor of the commune of Milot announced that he will continue his fight to liberate Haiti.

It should be noted that the leader of Pitit Dessalines was greeted by hundreds of political activists at Toussaint Louverture International Airport who demonstrated their fed up by erecting rue de Delmas with barricades and burning tires in order to protest against the arbitrary act produced by American immigration against former parliamentarian Jean Charles Moïse.

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Stevinsonne Jeune
Stevinsonne JEUNE, journalist and editor. Graduate student in legal sciences at the State University of Haiti Law practitioner in the Delmas peace court.