Deputy Gary Bodeau (representing Delmas), head of the Chamber of Deputies, visits the State Department, the Senate minority leader, and several other leading members of Congress
Wiselaine Dorcélus, coordinator of women’s recruitment, writing to James Morrell, director of the Haiti project, on March 23, 2019.
Some $1.4 billion in Dominican goods pour across the border every year, paying next to no taxes. The leading thinktank the Center for Strategic and International Studies shows how Haiti could balance its budget by just collecting a moderate duty on this commodity tsunami.
While politicians were pillaging the state, Reginald paid $17.9 million in taxes
Snapshot of this project’s director standing with crusading Haitian journalist Cyrus Sibert
Senator Luma Etienne made sure that six members of Congress and the State Department got the message loud and clear
One of our delegates is insisting they will be delayed. The point, however, is to make every effort to hold them on time
Désintégration de l’État..Dislocation des structures sociales. Le temps est venu de s’indigner et de dire NON.!
Haiti Democracy Project brought three senators to make Haiti’s case to Washington during March 5-8, 2019. They saw six members of Congress, the State Department, the Inter-American Development Bank, and leading thinktanks
. . . that the only woman in the Haitian senate would be on this delegation
U.S. foreign policy has committed enough real sins without our having to invent new ones
You’re going to meet some people who refuse to be second-class citizens
The leading businessman wants the president and prime minister to agree on a plan. If not, he has two fallbacks to resolve the crisis
As is usual with this genre, long on recommendations to the Haitians and short on corrections to the U.S. policies that helped bring on this disaster
Neither the violence of the so-called “left” nor the corruption of the so-called right, but entrepreneurs joining with the people to modernize the government. The route successfully taken by many of Haiti’s neighbors
Penned last summer after demagogic politicians sent mobs to burn his stores
A vandalism coldly calculated and perpetrated under cover of crowds of the discontented
Analysis of the little-known group l’Alliance Démocratique pour la Réconciliation Nationale: Clear out the flatterers and put in those of known competence and incorruptibility. Use them to keep international support and win back that of the lower-middle classes who elected him
Persecuted for the crime of having attempted to modernize Haitian politics and assure a livelihood for each and every Haitian, Rudy Boulos keeps calm and carries on