Key concept paper by top U.S. official: In many ways the country remains as dismal now as in 1980. But in some ways it has improved; with the close of the Aristide era, there may be a real chance for democracy to take hold. Exclusive to haitipolicy.org.
“There has been an inadequate disbursement of funds,” said Timothy M. Carney, a former U.S. ambassador to Haiti who heads the Washington-based Haiti Democracy Project.
Penny-wise decision by AID could sow as much turmoil in the capital as Neptune and Ravix cases combined.
Haïti a eu trop de présidents à vie. Ce dont
Haïti a besoin maintenant plus que toute autre chose c’est un
engagement des leaders de la classe politique, de combattre l’anarchie, l’impunité et le trafic