Bishop Gregory Toussaint launches the “Souf pou Ayiti” movement
Pastor Gregory Toussaint continues to raise awareness Christians to be the initiator of the desired change. However, profit to remind the diaspora of the strength it represents while being in a foreign land. We are at the second evening of the 40 days which began on June 4, 2023.
“60% of Haitians in USA are Americans, which is a huge plus,” the Bishop said.
Bishop Gregory Toussaint wishes, to set an example, to begin several concrete actions for Haiti.
The first step is a petition that aims to motivate US parliamentarians to pass law S.396 which will authorize the disclosure of the identity of those involved in the financing of crimes in Haiti. The law will also make it possible to withdraw their VISA and to block their bank accounts of the people in this list, explained the Pastor Gregory Toussaint.
He said: “it is no coincidence that this law ends up in parliament during the 40 days”.
The 3 targets of the Petition are:
1) Support Bill S.396/HR 1684, the Haiti Criminal Collusion Transparency Act of 2023.
2) Maintain the process of Biden's conditional migration program (Humanitarian Parole).
3) Implement a plan to regularize beneficiaries of the conditional migration program after a period of two years.
The message of the Petition
This Petition Will Send a Clear Message to US Congressmen, Says Bishop Gregory Toussaint. We will then add two more actions to reinforce it, we will call and email our MP. Explanations will be given on the next day of the 40 days.
100,000 signatories targeted
Bishop Gregory Toussaint wishes to have, before the end of the 40 days, 100,000 signatories. Thirty minutes after the launch, the petition already had more than 15,000 signatories.
5 days later, the petition was already signed by more than 102,000 people.
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