on becoming the haitian president

Marjorie Middy - November 18 2010, 9:19 PM

Man, this is so distorted; To become the president of Haiti is notoriously the aspiration of the poor. i.e. Francois Duvalier, Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

Rene Preval was an exception, he was a member of the middle-class when he became president.

To own property to become president does not mean much. One can own a hut and still passed that test.
I wished the constitution had more stringent rules to be Head of State.

Like good personal character, moral obligations, forced community work just to cite a few....

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