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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.
Le BINUH s’est engagé à appuyer les efforts d’une sortie de crise par la voie du dialogue
She was a leader of the Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party and a passionate defender of the disadvantaged. Passed away November 29, 2019 in Cambridge. The family requests that donations in her name be made to the Haiti Democracy Project and one other organization
They postponed this meeting until January 25, 2020. Sponsored by the Haiti Democracy Project, they will meet in Delmas 35 to plot their campaigns for many lower-chamber and senate seats
By Juno 7. 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
By Haiti Press Network. His fight will not be a pleasure ride because it will attack an entire system. “I owe nothing to no one.”
Factionalism from the Haitian panelists, and no clear policy recommendations from the Americans
We went out on a limb while others hemmed and hawed. “The withdrawal is based on wishful thinking. The U.N.’s ounce of prevention has averted a ton of troubles.”
By Georges Fauriol, "Haiti's Next Crisis," published by Chatham House, December 6, 2019
The U.N.’s most dynamic leader in Haiti calls for it to return for twenty years with the power to take the necessary decisions
It’s blocking international support and foreign investment. Democrats and Republicans together urging elected officials and civil society to solve their differences
A second Haiti Democracy Project offshoot tackles a topic of fundamental importance to Haitian women
The Haiti Democracy Project’s women-candidates campaign just combined with three other like-minded organizations
By Bernard H. Gousse. One of Haiti’s more capable government officials with a strong word of advice for the less so