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Garry Pierre-Pierre

The Roots of Haiti’s Latest Problems Are Not Political
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The Roots of Haiti’s Latest Problems Are Not Political

This seemingly political standoff is actually a realignment of power and economic structure where light-skinned and Middle Eastern Haitians have controlled commerce and the economy with an iron fist that would make any oligarch envious.

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Is Haiti Ungovernable?
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Is Haiti Ungovernable?

The opposition parties exists only in name and they are plentiful. But we don’t hear much about their plans and their vision for the country, even during elections. The attitude is “give me the power and I will show you.” That is warped logic and it has gotten us anything but warped reality.

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.

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