Haiti does not need "one" man to bring it back to civility and...

Jpb - July 19 2009, 9:57 AM

Haiti does not need "one" man to bring it back to civility and functionality.

Haiti needs functioning public institutions and vision of a leader; no one man is the government, rather public institutions that function give the public a quality of life deserving of them. As far as politics is concerned, Charles Baker had the best shot in my opinion at bringing international investors badly needed for increased jobs and attacking the failing public institutions.

Baker's plan in getting a large American refinery to Haiti impressed me. The deal as I understood would have had the refinery pay for the maintenance of all the roads in Haiti.

With his loss in the election, he offered the plan to the Preval administration who brought it to Venezuela, as we can see we still have no refinery in our country that would have generated at least 50,000 direct and indirect jobs.

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The best man for the Job in Haiti 2011

If you guys would like to see some one positive that is doing something for Haiti for over 25 years, I got a chances...

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