Haiti – Politic: The Deputy Gary Bodeau, launches a patriotic appeal to the Nation
Gary Bodeau, Speaker of the Lower House, made a patriotic appeal to the nation 19659005] Excerpts from Deputy Gary Bodeau's Nation Appeal:
“In the name of the Homeland and Democracy I appeal to the protagonists to a patriotic surge to save what can still be.
It is obvious to everyone that the country, embroiled (19659008) The state falls in a crisis of all kinds, it is moving towards imprecise issues their law […] The insecurity is in full swing havenges police force that lacks the means to counter it efficiently and sustainably. Various sectors of the national life express their discontents in demonstrations which often slide towards the vandalism, the plundering and the 'decoupling' […] The idle youth seeks an outlet to its exclusion of the management of the Republic. While the forces of the nation flee the national territory in search of more lenient skies. The country is dying slowly, inexorably.
In this paper, the paper is published in French and English. -decoration of the national currency which reduces to almost nothing the power of the wage-earners, not to mention the mass of the unemployment which is widening every day and slipping towards indigence […]
[…] I strongly encourages the Government, and especially the monetary authorities, to take courageous and immediate measures beyond the periodic (19459032) In this fragile political political by all the uncertainties, it is urgent to slow down the depreciation of the gourd, to mitigate the inflationary pressures that it engenders, to fight the expensive cost of living which plunges the most vulnerable in the pangs of poverty and misery.
[…] We must do everything, together and in the most honest loyalty to the homeland and immortal, to prevent this double political and economic crisis, catalyzing each other, to lead our country to upheavals with incalculable consequences. And this is the meaning of my appeal to this dialogue to prevent and correct what happily can still be
HL / HaitiLibre