Monel, I believe this one deserves a reply in terms of...

Bernadette - February 19 2012, 3:04 PM

Monel, I believe this one deserves a reply in terms of clarification.

I think you are saying that Martelly benefited from the 1987 constitution, bias or not it serves him right, otherwise why he has not changed or published the constitution to reflect true ownership for everybody.

I hope that I am correct in my assumption.

Sorry for the misunderstanding.

This is another one: I said nominee meaning a person whose name a security is registered while the real owner is held by another party.

Especially to conceal the identity of the nominator.

I think you took it as "nominate" meaning to propose by name as a candidate.

I have no problem with the latter.

Aristide is a private citizen, he has the right to exercise his rights.

Momo, I don't get the essence of what you said: You are not an Aristidian but a lavalassien meaning the second one is a general concept of a somewhat embodiment of hope and aspiration.

Don't get it. To me, it is like saying that I am not a Duvalierist but I like the Idea that embodies the concept of Duvalierism.

Lavalasse was and is an Aristide's pet peeves.

They are the same to me.Tell me Momo, I am all ears: What did Preval and Aristide combined did for Haiti in their terms altogether?

To answer your questions, personally, I think a whole new brand of thinkers should be in office as not to repeat the same mistakes and to also change status quo. This is one of the reason I thought Martelly was a smart move in the right direction.

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