Haiti - Politics : MHAVE Promises to the Diaspora
Today, the existence of a strong Haitian community living abroad raises many challenges that challenge the consciousness of our expatriate brothers and sisters as well as that of the rulers. These challenges can be summarized on the one hand by the various expectations, concerns, problems and hopes of these citizens and, on the other hand, the significant actions that the public authorities could undertake in order to encourage their application in the country's development process.
For that, we have no time to lose. We must act quickly and well !
[...] as of this week, we are making preparations for the celebration of the National Diaspora Day. We intend to make this activity a major event that will send a clear signal to our sisters and brothers in the Diaspora. From now, this Ministry will work to realize concrete actions that will promote their integration in the social, political and economic life of the country.
[...] your arrival in this administration is timely because we will need all your dedication and all your dynamism to carry out the various objectives set by the government in favor of the diaspora. The guidelines for MHAVE actions included in Prime Minister Lafontant's policy statement and in line with the vision of His Excellency the President of the Republic, Mr Jovenel Moise, will remain our compass to guide all future interventions of this Ministry.
[...] the presence of two women at the head of this Ministry is a powerful symbol of our contribution to the reconstruction of this country. So, through our work and our commitment, let us honor the Haitian women by acting so that this symbolism translates into results and efficiency for a better Haiti [...]"
For her speech, Yolette Mengual declared "[...] I also thank the Minister, who today believes that I am the right person to serve as a technical arm in the implementation of this major project of society. In the Prime Minister 's general policy statement to both houses, which reflects, of course, President Jovenel Moïse' s plan for society, the first chapter focused on foreign policy and Haitians living abroad.
Indeed, in our work we must do everything in our power to reach out to our compatriots so that they can feel the desire to legitimately integrate the political and economic life of the country.
[...] I will endeavor to implement the President's philosophy 'Continue, Create and Innovate'. Continue the good deeds of the past administration; Create new strategies and make the necessary corrections with a view to the welfare of the population living in the country and that of our compatriots who have chosen to live outside the country.
[...] We are all aware of the situation of those in Brazil, Chile, the Dominican Republic, the United States, Europe and various other territories around the world. We have a lot to do and we have to get to work right away [...]"