Michaelle Jean Says Haitians must follow though on the electoral process

To Michaelle Jean, Canada's former governor general, The 2010 Haiti presidential election is the starting point of the path to Haiti's reconstruction.


Michaelle Jean Walking In Haiti

Haiti's reconstruction means ANPIL DOLA VET...

It seems as if some politicians in Haiti really want to be onboard to claim and cash Haiti's 10 billion dollar loterry ticket... LOL...

It may be the start of the path but... I think we all agree that it is NOT the most clean and peaceful start.

There has been protests (violent protests), fraud, and distrust marking this "starting point of the path to Haiti's reconstruction"

Michaelle Jean's suggestion...

In an article by The Canadian Press, Michaelle Jean, now a United Nations special envoy to Haiti, says...

"It's not time for violence. Nature has caused a lot of devastation -- does human furor have to do the rest?"

"Politics are always a very, very slippery and sensitive ground in Haiti, but we need to stay focused."

Questions:

How do we stay focused?

How do we prevent human furor?

How... especially when it this year's election almost feels like the starting point of a hostile takeover?

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Marjory Middy says...

Not that you care, Vini, but I was under the internet radar since the 22nd of December.

Just came back today from the United Northeast through 2 Midwestern states,2 southern states then from there to Europe from Europe to south America, from South America back to the Northeast, US. This is tiresome but it was good to spend time with families and friends on holidays.

Haiti has had a true election in 1991 when Jean Bertrand Aristide was elected president for the first time. The people's choice was respected in that election.That was the last true election.

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Vini says...

Dear Majorie
can you tell me how long ago haiti have a true election.

I will said the same as Michaelle it is not the time for haiti to have this chaos.

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Marjory Middy says...

Michaelle Jean: We can't move forward until a true election have been done that reflects the true choice of the people.

If we continue with the sham election or use any part of it to justify or move along with part of that election, we are doing nothing but a continuation of Preval's legacy and his corruption.

We have got to put Preval and legacy behind us so that we can move forward.

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Vladimir says...

Mwen dako avek Michaelle Jean vyolans lan pap mennen nou okenn kote depi apre 1804 nap fe vyolans len ap touye lot men ki kote nou ye jodi a, li le pou n sispann kraze brize.Nou tout konnen nou gen yon pep ki pa vle obeyi lod otorite yo, se yo ki gen dwa, tout fwa yo respekte lwa manman peyi a nou sipoze obeyi ak tout desizyon yo pran ki pozitiv selon lwa peyi

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Charles Amicy says...

I can answer all your questions by saying that we will avoid those things when,
1. The Haitian politicians start to build trust among the Haitian people
2. When they start showing that they are for them but not using them for their own gain
3. When the International community will show to haitians that they are working with the Haitian government on their behalf
4. When we have a honest and strong

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T Lagwe says...

Bon ba gay, Michael

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Marleine says...

I agree with you Ben but we all know all of them need to be president and it wont

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Ben says...

I agree that would be the ideal thing to do. But historically, we Haitians don't work together even if the result is over 200 years of self destruction.

Pa gin Peyiza la-a Pou 19 candida ap goumin Pou pouvwa.

True patriots will put their personal ambitions behind and work toward the welfare of the people they serve.

I dare one of the candidates to do

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Marleine says...

Why the majority of the 12 candidates that stand together on November 28 come with a plan to rebuild Haiti...

I might be wrong but having several leaders with different background and experiences would be ideal to save Haiti...

If only that could happen.

Because luke Maguy said Haiti have so much work and so many projects for one person to deal with.
This is a major

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Maguy says...

MOI JE DIS ET REDIS ENCORE, DANS L ETAT OU SE TROUVE HAITI, UNE SEULE PERSONNE NE PUURRA PAS LE DIRIGER, DS LES 19 CANDIDATS, 7 FERONT L AFFAIRE, POUR LE PREMIER MANDAT, ET ON VERRA APRES, JE PREFERE CA QUE LA TUTELLE DES ETATS

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