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9992: Kreyol Documents (including Haitian Constitution) on the web (fwd)
From: Jean Saint-Vil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Following our earlier exchanges, here is an update presenting some very
significant documents which are now very readily available on the
net(limited only by the fact that most of the world doesn't yet know of
The individual URLs:
Konstitisyon d Ayiti (an kreyol):
Gid pwofesè 4 chemen konnen:
Liv aprenan 4 chemen konnen:
Kaye egzèsis 4 chemen konnen:
So, the situation is changing; more and more quality, consistent, HC
literature is being made more widely available, a lot of it online.
Unfortunately, it's not because of recent Haitian Government initiative, but
via individual initiatives of Haitians (like M. Joseph Prophète) & some true
friends of Haiti in the diaspora , as you can plainly see from the URLs on
the MIT2 Creole Links Page. Marilyn Mason of MIT2 is a true friend of Haiti
who is also on this list. She may wish to comment further on this matter.
Many thanks to all of these wonderful individuals. It is my sincere hope
that the Haitian government will follow with action to at least use data
from these links (free of charge !!! - no «Shango grant» necessary) to make
the official government websites available in both official languages. This
would show due respect to Article 40 of the Constitution which makes it an
OBLIGATION for the government to make all important documents such as Laws,
decrees, international accords, official speeches etc...available to the
Haitian people in their official languages (Kreyòl and French).
«Fòk jou a rive pou Ayiti rele Ayisyen chèmèt chèmètrès tout bon vre...»
«Depi nan Ginen bon nèg ap ede nèg!»
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