Wait a minute Tiba, that's what we can call political family's...

Toulimen Legrand - April 8 2011, 9:10 PM

Wait a minute Tiba, that's what we can call political family's inner circle within the Haitian presidency.

Bellerive is a qualified, cool and very humbled person within the Preval's government.

Although he had mismanaged the aftermath of the earthquake badly, but he did do better to regain the international trust.

He had prevented a lot of money laundering within his administration and many crook employees don't like him. I am not against him to stay in his current position, but my question to his appointment is this: can he do the changes that Martelly and us are dreaming about?

He should stay Tiba to facillitate the transition for it will be difficult for Martelly to get a new prime minister based on the fact he has no majority in the new Haitian Congress.

Listen, I am pretty sure that you will give me some credit on the following statement: The hurricane season is approaching and people underneath of the tents cannot wait and Martelly should deliver real quick.

Should he have to wait after a new Haitian Congress to get someone in?

No. He should not have to wait and he has to choose between the lesser of the two evils to avoid a government shutdown in Haiti.

Politics requires compromise and sometimes one can compromise with an enemy to help things running.

I am not saying that Bellerive is an enemy for Martelly, but what I am saying is this: Martelly should appoint someone real quick as prime minister to help those unfortunate people who cannot wait anymore under those tents.

I don't really care about whom should he appoint, but he has to do it real quick.

For Bellerive's background, he is not an incompetent person as far as I know and he is an honest person too. Martelly said that 75% to 80% of Preval's employees are crooks and now he must ask Bellerive to purge the Haitian administration to get rid of those crooks.

With the BOOT system in place, those crooks eventually have to get laid off and Bellerive knows them very well. Don't blow off a gasket here. Let's pretend that he is among the 20% or 25% of honest employees within the current administration and now should we get rid of him?

Why should we do that?

This guy has apologized for his mistakes after the earthquake and the whole international community accredits him and he is doing well now. Why should we get rid of him?

How long should Martelly have to wait to appoint a new prime minister with the new divided controversial Haitian parliament?

Come on Tiba, I hope you understand it differently.

Cool down my brother! Bellerive is not a bad orange ok. Let's give him a chance if that's the only quick compromise we can have to save Haiti, let's have it ok! The earthquake of 2010 was surprising to all and that was the first biggest emergency of Bellerive's time. He had apologized for his mistakes and many people had placed trust on him again after that. He had saved Haiti several million of dollars based on Bill's testimony to Haiti's investors.

Martelly knows very well that we will not play game with him. It is too early to start judging him. Cool and cool ok! Take care Toulimen!


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