Haiti: President of Haiti, Prez Jovenel Moise, and the government of the nation are to ensure the safety of the population.
Prez Jovenel Moise wrote, “I currently chair a Council of Ministers at the National Palace. The Government, through significant decisions, is mobilizing to ensure the safety of the population.”
Furthermore, he added other highlights on the agenda: the electrification of the country, the referendum, and the elections.
Moise tweeted, Since I was sworn in, the refusal of certain political actors to accept the results of free, fair, and transparent elections and the repeated attempts to disrupt the constitutional order have made the political environment difficult.
A resident of Haiti told, “We must give the phenomenon of insecurity an extreme coup de grace so that this nightmare will finally be a thing of the past once and for all. Thank you, Mr President; history will compensate you.”
In the tweet, “While the greatest threat to democracy during the twentieth century was the military coup, at the start of this century a pandemic and bad losers in elections represent greater dangers to democratic gains.”
Another resident said, “Bravo, Mr. President Jovenel Moise, the country needs citizens honette positive people do not have gangs. Haiti was the pearl of West Indies. I count on GOD and on you. let’s do this.”
A Haitian said, “Mr. President, do not be intimidated by your political opponents whose only objective is to make you take inadequate decisions concerning our dear police officers.”
As we all know, the conditions in Haiti, that simply demonstrates the violation of Democracy in the nation. People are fighting over their leaders, and the opposition is demanding the expulsion of the current leader from the parliament.
In this era of the violation, Prez of Haiti wants to make a better place for the Haitians. Where the leader is being accused of violating democracy, there is still hope for reviving the dreams of Haiti.