UN chief Ban Ki-moon says: Haiti can 'ill afford' prolonged period of transitional governance

Following the release of the elections verification report, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says Haiti should definitely not enter a prolonged period of transitional governance because it will cause problems...

PHOTO: Haiti President Martelly and Ban Ki-moon
PHOTO: Haiti President Martelly and Ban Ki-moon

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A spokesperson for Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said "he is concerned that this situation has the potential to adversely affect international support to Haiti."

Ban Ki-moon also reiterated the need for a democratically elected leadership to take on the growing socio-economic and humanitarian challenges the country faces.

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Nick Peter says...

They should hire more people to do the job faster as they do in other countries like Jamaica.

Some countries have 17 people to do the job in 18 months.

Haiti has only five for one quarter.

What do you think about that. Haiti has ten

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