Bp lifting plan quinquennal

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One says the drug traffic has intensified, the other says it has slowed. In any case, both agree that what Haiti needs is more weapons and militarized police, despite the country’s exceptionally low crime rate: one of the lowest in the Caribbean.Meanwhile, there’s good news and bad news if you’re looking for change at BP.For a moment, flash back to 2006, one year after an explosion at BP’s Texas City, TX, plant killed 15 workers and injured more than 180.John Browne, then the chief executive of BP, said this, “This is not good stuff.This plan to furnish Haiti with weapons and train its “police” sounds awfully like a plan to build a “gendarmerie” loyal to the U.We’re going to take action.” Already, experts who watch the industry are skeptical.He added that the number of officers in the brigade for the fight against drug trafficking (BLTS) will soon grow from 200 to 300 agents.The bad news first: Two workers were seriously burned recently by a steam release at BP’s Texas City refinery, the same location where 15 workers were killed in 2005.S., as was done during the first American occupation of the country.OSHA’s David Michaels has said, repeatedly, that company safety incentive programs cause employees to hide hazards.United States Assistant Secretary of State William Brownfield noted, for his part, that there was a slow down of drug traffic in the Caribbean, but he warned that the networks could again establish bases of operations.Port-au-Prince — Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, William Brownfield, announced on December 1, 2011 that the United States government intends to lift the embargo on arms sales that it had imposed on Haiti in 1993 during the period of the military coup against former President Jean Bertrand Aristide. The Director General believes that strengthening the police force is needed to enhance the fight against drug trafficking, which intensified in the country after the 2010 earthquake.

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