The possibility of a new foreign intervention in Haiti brings back the worst memories of the country's history, which has suffered from occupations since 1915.
The interventions, supported mainly by the United States, the UN, and the OAS, have increased deaths and human rights abuses and encouraged violence.
Haiti, the first Latin American country to proclaim independence in 1804 after a revolutionary process against France, has always suffered from the presence of foreign forces on its territory, mainly from the United States.
As the Organization of American States (OAS) has admitted, the actions of the international community in the . . .