"The security situation in Haiti is relatively stable," that is what stated Sandra Honoré during her presentation to the UN Security Council on 18 March in New York.

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Haiti has focused on strengthening the national police which will have15,000 agents in 2016 with the support of MINUSTAH.

At the end of the report of Ban Ki Moon to the Security Council, Member States have maintained the 21-80 resolution providing for a gradual consolidation of MINUSTAH in Haiti. Sandra Honoré met the press this Friday to take stock of this important meeting, which was held in New York.

On the other hand, the Special Representative of the Secretary General of the UN in Haiti calls for the establishment of a peaceful climate during the election period in the country.

Sandra Honoré invites political actors to work in order not to favor any conflict that may have adverse effects on the process.

Civil Head of MINUSTAH also believes that the Haitian authorities should take ownership of the holding of elections so that voters can trust and go vote on election days.