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Only they combine the attributes of lawmaker and gunman in the same person
Only they combine in one person the attributes of lawmaker and furniture-mover
The women’s project will produce a nurse-advised radio spot on best practices to avoid the virus
One of our candidates, Shelove Desroches, is airing this radio spot, “The Coronavirus Is No Joke” in Gros Morne, Artibonite, where she is running for deputy in the next parliament
By Wiselaine Dorcélus, coordinator. Nous avons beaucoup de volonté, mais les moyens nous manquent
President Moïse says that the electoral decree will reserve 30 percent, or 42 of 139 parliamentary seats, for women. If so, our women’s project is grooming 45 and counting
Medical brigade of 348 doctors and nurses
We are collecting disinfectant kits to send to the women candidates in Haiti
On March 10, 2020, our leader in Haiti, Wiselaine Dorcélus, was beaten and robbed in a taxi while on duty for the women’s project
By Féline Simmonds. We spoke about the different problems confronted by women during their campaigns and even after the elections
Future candidates came from all over the country. The Women Candidates’ Group will launch educational campaigns in their districts to get out the vote for women candidates. The group’s leaders continue to receive calls from prospective candidates around the country
Réginald Boulos is that rara avis, an upright politician in a corrupt country. Governmental corruption is killing Haiti. By rooting it out he will put Haiti on its upward path. As his brother Rudy, equally uncorrupt and a founding member of this organization, said in his 2006 senatorial campaign, “I’m not running for the senate to get a house in Port-au-Prince. I already have one.” So with Reginald. He is not doing it for himself. Click above to read his CV.
The Haiti Democracy Project’s women-candidates organization, le Réseau National des Femmes Candidates, will meet in Port-au-Prince on January 25
Women’s empowerment is a core pillar of Reginald Boulos’s Third Way Movement
By Wiselaine Dorcélus, coordinator. Calling the board together on Saturday, January 11, 2020 to reschedule the meeting of forty women candidates originally set for December 30 but postponed for the reasons mentioned
English version of article by Fenley Cius. Politicians making easy money will refuse to give up their throne to someone who believes you’ve got to work to attain results. The arrival of a businessman-politician is a blessing for Haiti and a menace to the despoilers.
Par Fenley Cuis. Le politicien frustré qui croit dans l’argent facile refusera de céder son trône à un homme qui croit qu’il faut travailler dur afin d’obtenir des résultats. La grande apparition de l’homme d’affaires dans l’arène politique fait peur. L’État haïtien devrait plutôt donner une plaque d’honneur à cet entrepreneur pour sa collaboration et son esprit républicain au lieu d’investir inutilement dans des campagnes de désinformation.
Je veux qu’il ait beaucoup plus femmes candidates aux prochaines élections. Elles sont moin corrompues
The Reseau National des Femmes Candidates has already recruited enough candidates, if elected, to fill one-quarter of the national legislature.