by Ed Exil-Noel
Monday, November 4, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – Haiti, unfortunately, does not have a referendum system to evaluate a president at mid-term or shortly before as we come from include in the Mexican constitution.
This is hardly done in the more democratically advanced countries. It would be a great asset to the health of ultramodern and sophisticated democracy.
A presidential term must be respected but can not constitute a blank check for the holder. One is elected on the basis of a series of promises that are certainly dreaming but wanting to deny or ignore them, is a serious breach that deserves to be punished.
The right way is to take the streets peacefully, smoothly to show anger and disappointment. It is to act as good people.
I am aware that a president can not make his apron at the slightest protest, however he should take note and act accordingly without waiting for things to deteriorate for ask for a timeless dialogue when protesters lose all confidence, assurance and confidence.
There is no need to be a bleached psychiatrist under the harness to diagnose citizen Jovenel Moses from the notable signs of dementia. The patient is incapacitated to realize the thorny reality. When tens of thousands of people win the streets, Jovenel sees hundreds and when hundreds come out, Jovenel Moses sees only dozens. This president fallen long ago, is far from understanding this barrel of powder on which he plays.
It is when one becomes schizophrenic hearing what one wants to hear. One loses all notion of the truth beyond all dignity.
People in the streets by thousands launch slogans that annoy, who curse, who debase. Only a shameless politician can swallow those silly sips. We do any stupidity or blunder to keep a power that has been lost for a long time.
I am against destruction, “mezanmi travay twò rdd” the material gains are so sacred costing time, sweat and even blood but, the president is waiting for Haiti to disappear so that he realizes that the governed are nothing but stones and dust.