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Haiti - Presidential 2015 : Maryse Narcisse, program and promises....
She advocates a strengthening of national production for wealth creation and job creation; facilitating access to energy and credit. For access to credit, the Lavalas Party envisages the creation of an investment fund to facilitate its access to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Small and Medium Industries (SMIs).
Maryse Narcisse pointed out that the funds would come from the PetroCaribe program of the Central Bank where it exist mechanisms to find funds to finance SMEs.
She stressed that the part allocated to investment under her government, will be much more important in its budget in order to encourage domestic production. If elected, she promises a responsible budget without wastage of State resources.
In her rogram, the priority investment sectors are: agriculture, infrastructure, tourism, agro-industry, energy and transport.
To find the funds necessary to finance her program, the candidate considers important to increase the tax burden without increasing taxes, announcing a fight against corruption, fraud and tax evasion.
Regarding growth, the first year she expects a rate approaching that of the Dominican Republic which is 7.3% [Haiti 1-2% this year]. The candidate also promised to solve the land problem in Haiti. In addition, in each communal section, she wants to build a health center and a fundamental national school.
At the security level, she is against the remobilization of the army of Haiti and announced a strengthening of the Police National D'Haiti (PNH).
Among the first steps that Maryse Narcisse intends to adopt, if elected, include the adoption of a governability pact after negotiations with the political parties and the appointment of a government after negotiations...
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