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Garry Pierre-Pierre

Haiti‘s Struggling Democracy is Wobbling
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Haiti‘s Struggling Democracy is Wobbling

By Garry Pierre-Pierre Democracy it is said is a messy thing. The United States is finding out how untidy it…

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Haiti Should Look to U.S Political Opposition as a Model
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Haiti Should Look to U.S Political Opposition as a Model

However, Haiti appears to be unsure of the role of the opposition, and our zero sum mentality into everything has been the hallmark of  the country’s politics. Last Tuesday’s elections in the U.S can be used as a roadmap by Haitian politicians on how to be a member of the opposition party.

Jovenel Moise Owes Haitians Answers on Missing Petrocaribe Funds
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Jovenel Moise Owes Haitians Answers on Missing Petrocaribe Funds

Things are so bad for the average Haitian that they are willing to live anywhere, no matter how dehumanizing they may find their lives in their new land. Their reasoning is that things are worse for them in their homeland. That’s sad and I am sure it rips your heart to know that as president you are ruling over a people who would rather be anywhere but home.

Social Unrest Is Tied to Leaders Incompetence
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Social Unrest Is Tied to Leaders Incompetence

Haiti is known as a “black” country, because more than 90 percent of the population is of African ancestry. But at home, the lighter your skin, the higher social and by extension economic privilege you enjoy. The business class is made up largely of Haitians of Arab ancestry. There is a tiny bit of others who traced the lightness of their skin to the European presence in Haiti before 1804, when they left following the successful slave revolt for independence. Combined, they make up less than half a percent of the population. Dark-skinned Haitians are discriminated against sometimes subtly and at times overtly. In short Haiti resembles Apartheid South Africa.

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