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#5161: Re: #5141: Re: #5125: Rene Preval! : Succar comments (fwd)
From: Marie Petit-Michel <email@example.com>
You say that Mr. Preval complains and blames others
for the problems of the country. If you were a
student of history, you would see that he is correct.
Unfortunately, at this moment in Haiti's history, his
term has been more of a placeholder, than of an
The teachings of modern psychology and its practices
are something that the entire country of Haiti has yet
to benefit from through the avenue of education.
Before you blame Preval for being a whiner, you should
look to the environment that he is subject to work in.
Can you name anyone in the government that has
cooperated with him and tried to help him implement
any initiatives? You should ask yourself, What were
you expecting Preval to do during his term?
In my opinion he has done what he can... keep the
lines of communication open among contentious
political parties and kept the hope of the nascent
Haitian democracy in the eye of the International
The failures of the President are the reflection of
the failures of the government. No one leader can do
--- Bob Corbett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Jean Succar <email@example.com>
> I would love to share my opinions on Mr. Preval's
> comments. First of all,
> he is a total failure for our people. He has not
> done anything valuable for
> this country. I hate when people blame their sorrow
> or failure on other
> reasons, a way of justifying failure. Modern
> psychology and self
> improvement theory direct success on individual
> achievement, group
> achivement then organizational achivement. Mr.
> Preval has blamed people
> during his entire time in power. Once it was the
> Frenchmen responsable for
> our misery now it is globalization. We do not need
> whiners now... we need
> risk takers, achievers, winners at the head ouf our
> state. Are we going to
> eternally complain ?? or act??? Haiti can be
> changed by everyday hard-work
> and consciencious, charismatic leadership. Preval
> has been the most
> pessimistic leader I have ever seen. What a shame
> for having such a
Marie Petit-Michel, Masters Candidate
International Development Studies/Public Health
Elliott School of International Studies,
George Washington University
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