UNMIHUnited Nations Mission In Haiti
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When in September 1993, the military junta that had seized power prevented UNMIH from being fully deployed to carry out its mandate, "the Security Council authorized the deployment of a 20,000-strong multinational force to facilitate the prompt return of the legitimate Haitian authorities, maintain a secure and stable environment in the country, and promote the rule of law.
The MIF replaced UNMIH which had been in Haiti since Aristide was returned to the presidency in 1994.
In Haiti, the UN had done a good analysis of the justice sector in 1993, but it did not take this analysis into consideration when designing UNMIH.
Ante esta situacion los golpistas abandonaron el poder y en marzo de 1995 UNMIH entro nuevamente en vigor para garantizar la seguridad y para crear una nueva policia profesional y generar condiciones para que pudiesen llevarse a cabo elecciones democraticas.
A partir de julio de 1996 y hasta julio de 1997 UNMIH fue reemplazada por UNSMIH, (47) con los fines de: apoyar al gobierno haidano democraticamente elegido a consolidar el clima de seguridad; continuar con el entrenamiento de la nueva policia; restablecer las instituciones y apoyar la reconciliacion nacional y la reconstruccion de la economia.
International Military Presence: UNMIH has been reduced from a 6,500-member, U.
soldier serving as part of the UNMIH departed Port-au-Prince April 17, 1996.
UNMIH oversaw these elections and the formation of the Haitian National Police (HNP).
The UN mandate had three primary objectives: 1) Neutralize armed opposition and create a secure environment for restoration of the legitimate government of Haiti; 2) Restore and preserve civil order; and 3) Be prepared to pass responsibility for military operations in Haiti to the UNMIH.
Two years later, by the time planning began for UNMIH, this office had expanded to over one hundred experienced officers).
Salvador): $2,677,182; UNMIH (Haiti): $1,448,861; UNOMIL (Liberia):