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6445: Re: 6435: Re: Re: 6282: Greg responds to Gill (fwd)

From: joseph lafortune <ctec4234@yahoo.com>

 With all due respect, I believe has to be treated as
a countryof its own. Many people think  of Democracy
as an exporting good. We hhave to look at the
socio,economics and cultural aspect to understand that
democracy in haiti when those three components are
fully met: Education- Health - Employment
With the trilogy justice respect ,security would fall
into places. One can't expect Aristide could rule with
the 25 That is anrchy. For the Wealth and farewell,
the unity of all Haitian, we all ccare willing to
serve Aristid should be man enough to renounce and
have everybody at a table seeking the alternative at
that crisis.
I believe you are well connected in haiti, you are
probably pro Aristide, I respect your opinion; however
right this minute hait has in need of a " fondamental
charter or a social charter" to begin win with. That
can be done by our intelligentia, such as :
 Prof Manigat, gourgue, deronceray , jerard pierre
charles and 2 or 3 Haitian from the diaspora. This way
yhe international community will begin to respect us.I
have written an open letter to Mr Aristide 3 weeks age
asking to renounce. It is about timeif you have the
know how, do it
 joelafortune md.cphlhrm

 let me hear from you all

--- Bob Corbett <corbetre@webster.edu> wrote:
> From: mark gill <doctorgill@clas.net>
> >
> > From: Zakai Kinan <kassav@earthlink.net>
> >
> > One thing that the opposition seemed to have
> forgotten is that they will
> > have their chance at governing.  President
> Aristide will not stay in power
> > forever contrary to what they think and right now
> they are not doing
> > themselves any favors with pep la.  Instead of
> building their base for
> 2006,
> > they have chosen to plunge the country deeper in
> crisis.  They certainly
> > should start contributing to Civil Society.
> *****without "civil society", you have
> anarchy....which is currently being
> seen in Haiti........i doubt this can be avoided, as
> Haiti begins to throw
> off the historical control of the State over the
> Nation.  Many in all the
> political parties, including Lavalas, are practicing
> anarchy under the guise
> of "democracy"..........but, this too is to be
> expected, since the term
> "democracy" has no well founded meaning in
> Haiti.......
> the real test for "democracy" will be IF legitimate
> political and judicial
> institutions are established........this wont be the
> highest of priorities
> for Aristide, however, since his more immediate
> concerns will be
> consolidating his presidency, due to the discord
> created by the elections,
> and finding enough foreign monies to do
> anything........i doubt the
> population that looks to him will tolerate the
> existing impasse that has
> existed during the last five years......from all
> that i read and hear, there
> may very well be false expectations as to what
> Aristide can actually do, at
> least in terms of mollifying the "volk"........
> the low voter turn-out may work to his advantage in
> this
> regard........apathy on the part of many may very
> well mean that
> expectations are not too high.......if so, this will
> help Aristide, and give
> him some "breathing room"........
> m gill

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