Latin America Advisor of the Inter-American Dialogue. The U.S. squeezed this election out of the Haitians, but in Haiti you have to be careful that in moving against one faction you don’t end up bringing in something worse
Opening doors in Washington to Haitian entrepreneurs. Members of the Thirty-seventh business delegation explain to U.S. policy-makers the narrow path left open to enterprises in Haiti
Timothy Carney and Mark Schneider in the Huffington Post. The delay is the collective product of the whole elite from the president to the opposition, financiers, and operators behind the scenes. Secretary Kerry will need to repeat his Afghan performance in Haiti.
By Amb. Ernest H. Preeg, chairman of the Haiti Democracy Project, in the Wall Street Journal. Haiti has a low-cost, hard-working labor force, and investors have risen to the opportunity. A letter inspired by the superb investors of the thirty-fifth and previous business delegations
“This is a moment of pride that we can celebrate with the whole country. We’re
starting to see the results of our investments.” –Heineken-Haiti CEO José Matthijsse
Interview of Haiti Democracy Project by Radio Energie, Boston. “Haiti did hold free and democratic ones in 2006 under the management of Jacques Bernard. We very much regretted it when he was forced out of the electoral commission in 2007. Haiti is still paying the price for that today.”