There is a need to relaunch the mobilization against the phenomenon of corruption, which is plaguing public institutions. The birth of a great social movement will have to intervene immediately. We will need a MKE to save Haiti at this level
by Wadson Désir
Faced with the inability of leaders to stop the haemorrhage with regard to corruption, the silent majority is called out of his silence to reverse the current tendency of the underprivileged to continue to starve, wade into misery and poverty, in short, to live in a country where the nation of wealth distribution is no longer a matter of public interest.
Men and women of state prevaricate, while the country is bogged down in a deep crisis which seems without end. The legislature and the executive agree to keep the Republic in this state of socio-politico-economic disrepair causing scenes of horrific violence. The opposition takes refuge behind the squandering of the petrocaribe funds in order to obtain the resignation of Jovenel Moïse, the petrochallengers are absent and leave a big void as part of the social mobilization leading to the accountability.
C is obvious. The situation is untenable but the doubt that persists around the origin of the financing of petrochallenge breaks the rhythm of the legitimate demands of a good fringe of the Haitian society having more the courage to continue to support the unbearable and to accept the unacceptable . The petrochallenge movement has played its part, so we have to move to another phase of the exercise of popular pressure. A “Movman Kont Enpinite” is expected to bring together millions of people across the country, allegedly to force the relevant authorities to do what must be done in the field of institutionalized corruption.
The time The great gathering is already ringing in the four corners of the Republic to appeal at the end of the great ball of waste of funds from the public treasury. This will be the ultimate fight against the impoverishment of the masses who are struggling to find a reason to hope with certainty that change will come soon.
Impunity should no longer be the rule in this country, it must be stops. The end of the reign of impunity will automatically lead to the recovery of the current state of affairs and the final recovery of Haiti.
For this, the citizens, devastated by what is happening on the national soil, will have to show their muscles by winning massively the streets to push the rulers to put an end to the phenomenon of corruption hindering the smooth functioning of the country at various levels.