Preval interviewed by CNN and was really sad!!!

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According to Preval, the National Palace is collapsed and his private residential is also collapsed, which means, Preval, the Haitian president is technically homeless.

According to him (Preval), he has no place to sleep, and that my fellow Haitians, is sad.

It looks to me that the government of Haiti has also collapsed.

The government does not have a home, a site to opperate/function.

Here's my suggestion.

I think the entire government should move temporarily to Cap-Haitian for safety reason and to continue running the country as it was once before.

The prime minister with a few staffs could stay in P-A-P to coordinate aid efforts, and to have a presence on the ground.

But the government has to have a home/site to keep functioning and run the country.

Tiba, January 13 2010, 6:46 PM

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Moving the political capital to Cap-Haitian has been done four times already in Haitian history. Besides Cap-Haitian... read more >
Rubens Titus, 13-Jan-10 7:14 pm
Rubens Titus, We ALL know that Cap-Haitian was used as the city capital of Haiti a few times before, and this is why I... read more >
Tiba, 13-Jan-10 8:38 pm
Preval is a jerk. He did noting to prevent the chaotic building in Haiti. It would have been un unpopular decision... read more >
Janette, 13-Jan-10 10:33 pm
I think Preval should leave and go to Miami to enjoy his million dollars mansion and drink his alcohol.with his new... read more >
Janette, 15-Jan-10 12:27 am
Preval ak mulashits and mulasluts must go now. Mulashits should leave for real this time and bring with their... read more >
Carline P. Sainthilaire, 15-Jan-10 12:30 am
Really? I think Preval with the rest of the gov't should give up. You heard him talking all cocky and stuff:"I will... read more >
Theman, 15-Jan-10 1:28 am
Please people stop sending angry messages for what I said regarding the government. I am NOT promoting nor supporting... read more >
Tiba, 15-Jan-10 6:08 am


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