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Haiti - Politic : Statements of Martelly before leaving for the UN
19/09/2011 11:20:20

Haiti - Politic : Statements of Martelly before leaving for the UN
Before leaving the country to participate to the debates of the 66th Ordinary General Assembly of the UN, where the Head of State will speak to the tribune of the UN to present the situation of Haiti to the other member countries and will have the opportunity to meet many key players in the reconstruction of Haiti, the President Martelly, sent a message to the people at the airport :

"...We begin with the meetings tomorrow, for example with the President of Rwanda, President Kagame, [Martelly meet with the Secretary General of the UN this Monday at 10:30], there will be a cocktail hosted by the Secretary-General Ban Ki moon, where all the Heads of States are invited, a cocktail by President Obama and his wife, these are some things that are in the program.

[...] when I come back next week, I hope that the good news that have begun, will continue in the same direction, in particular we expect a positive vote in the Chamber of Senate on the Prime Minister-designate, so that it becomes once and for all, the Prime Minister ratified [...] and make, as soon as possible, the general policy statement and establish the Government. The time is to emergency.

I ask everyone to remain calm in the country, a little patience. A phrase that I love and I often say these days: "If someone is now sitting in the shade of a tree it is because someone planted a tree a long time ago" it means that today we are perhaps not in the shade, but we must plant the tree and it will take time to see the tree grow and give us shade, but we have a strong team, a dedicated team that is ready. [...] We have a Prime Minister-designate who is coming, who has experience, who master policy, which has the determination, who knows the international world and will support a President who has a vision, who knows his country and has already posed the problems and proposed solutions. The Prime Minister working closely with the President to ensure that the policy of the President becomes a reality.

We ask the entire population to be patient [...] the change does not mean that you will see the difference in one day, the change means that we will leave a system, which brought us nothing to develop a system that will allow the children in the country go to school and have a certain future, the reconstruction, agricultural recovery, the rule of law, equal justice for all, the security...

[...] the actions of the police are already beginning to be felt. The policy understand the determination of the President, it understands that the time has come to out of the disorder and once again it is a strong message that we will launch when we will be to the tribune of the United Nations. It is time that we take things seriously [...] Everyone has the right to protest, the President would have the right to protest in the streets to demand, everyone has that right, but it's over this question of disorder, of people who make the disorder in the country and preventing investors from coming into the country and create jobs [...] this will change.

We are here to build, we want the development and the development is not done by breaking, we need for order, peace and discipline [...] I ask the population to give its support, to support the vision of President in order to have a successful, to help the President succeed. I thank you, I leave for seven days and I hope that when I get back, I can remove the word "designated" and say that we have a Prime Minister "ratified". "


S/ HaitiLibre

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