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#4353: Solutions to Haiti's problems (fwd)
From: Jean Beaujour <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>From JB Beaujour,
I have finally realized that the current form of government will never work
in Haiti. Why does everything has to resolve around Port-au-Prince?
Port-au-Prince is not Haiti. The other major problem with Haiti is the
tendency of the leaders to become dictators and to corrupt the government.
We need to experiment with a totally different governmental approach, new
constitution. I believe we may be able to find a solution with a totally
decentralized form of government run by 10 people instead of one.
For every department we would have an independent government with its own
police force, port, airport, and budget. Then we have a national government
which balance the power of each department with its own budget. In this new
style of government, there is an inherent check and balance between the
department government and the national government.
Since there are 9 deparments in Haiti, then Haiti would be run by 9
deepartment governors and one national governor. The key to this new
government is that each governor has almost independent control of his
department. Think about it, even when 5 departments are not running
properly, the other 4 departments could be prospering. That way, we would
increased our chances by 9 for success.
I would love to try this concept, I am sure it would work much better than
the current government. Why do we have to stick to the same style of
government which has never worked once in Haiti's lifetime? I think it is
time for a change in the governmental structure.
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