Haiti President supports Diaspora organization

Jovenel Moïse, President of the Republic of Haiti, supports the efforts of the Diaspora organization.

Haiti Prez Moise supports Diaspora organization
Haiti Prez Moise supports Diaspora organization

Haiti: Jovenel Moïse, President of the Republic of Haiti, supports the efforts of the Diaspora organization.

Prez Moise stated, “The Constitutional Congress of the Diaspora opens this Thursday, January 14 at the Ritz Kinam hotel, around the theme ‘Dyaspora ladanl tou’. I support Diaspora organizations’ efforts to define their involvement in the development of the draft the new constitution,” posted on the official account of President.

Launch of National Bank of Agricultural Development

Recently Prez launched the National Bank of Agricultural Development. He declared, “I am pleased to launch the National Bank of Agricultural Development (BNDA) at the Brussels Convention and Documentation Center. To be socially balanced and sustainable, the country’s development must be based on a strong agricultural sector. Today, an important step has just been taken.”

Public’s Reaction:

Benito Lacroix commented, “Who allows Haiti to function, the diaspora that sends money to the country. Without this, the population would even more agonize. The diaspora no rights but serves as a cash drawer for the islands’ pearl do not get asphyxiated. Just we can be proud of the Haitian diaspora giving honor to our country. These same ones prefer to remain in Canada, USA, France.No future in our country. A country that saw me born doesn’t want me. I’m 100 % sharing comments from.”

“An outstanding initiative from the President of the Republic of Haiti to integrate Diaspora Haitian people into the affairs of the country,” Charles Marcelin commented.

Pierre Roldy commented, “Mr. President, I believe Haiti has a parliament of 99 deputies and 30 senators. I propose 20 senators for six years and 30 deputies. We’re going to have two senators and three deputies per department to avoid unnecessary public spending.”

Another Facebook user commented, “About time there was someone at least who thinks Haiti can’t move on without his sons and daughters living outside. Well done, Mr. M. The President! The President! We are the strong link of this company delivered to a bunch of morons who only thinks of their little comfort.”

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