CARICOM governments have been repeatedly expressing their concerns for the people of Haiti, in the never-ending economic depressions being made worse by political turmoil one after the other in that country. Yet some of those governments render Haitians as personae non-grata, expel and deport them from countries in the region to which they flee in their desperate attempts to escape the misery under which they live at home.
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