Problems of road infrastructure Ste-Cécile - Residents threaten to immolate
7 July 2011
Fifteen residents of Ste-Cécile expressed their dissatisfaction on Wednesday in front of Government House.
They deplore the lack of consideration of the authorities. These would be slow to act to repair a road that their cause much worry for some time. Tired of this, the protesters threatened to set themselves on fire if nothing is done quickly.
"Over the years, Ste-Cécile road, connecting the path to the path Riche-Terre Muslim, was left to abandonment. What is the most annoying people, it's the stench that emanates from a pipe, "says Eliezer Francois, spokesman of the people. "In case of heavy rain, the water enters houses. The problem is that this road is too narrow, so fire-fighters can not intervene to help residents affected. The government has announced major plans for the future with billions of rupees, but for us, n ' there is nothing. Hence the threat of some of themselves on fire if nothing is done for them, "added the spokesman. Hauradhun Chitra, a young mother of 21, holding her baby ten months, said: "Twice I had to take my child to the hospital, he had been bitten by mosquitoes. He was hospitalized for three days, suffering from high fever. Hope that with this event, we could make things happen, "said she.