Haiti - Politic : Daniel Supplice meets diaspora in the United States
Saturday the Ministre Supplice met with several personalities of the Haitian community of New York. Saturday morning he visited the Church "Baptiste Croisade des Pêcheurs d'Hommes" in Brooklyn where he met with Pastor Nicholas, of his vision to make of the Ministry of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE), an institution of service. The pastor took the opportunity to present its list of demands to the Minister in which he wishes the establishment of a service that could provide on-site, administrative documents such as marriage certificate, birth certificate... in case of loss.
A little later, the owner of MHAVE, accompanied by Mr. Charles A. Forbin, Consul General of New York, gave an interview to a journalist of Radio Soleil where he defined the mission of his ministry and established its limits compared to other state institutions like the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Interior, local authorities and national defense. In the evening, Mr. Supplice met with Mr. Audry of YMCA to which he promised to be closer to the diaspora and indicated that other trips are already planned, in the Dominican Republic and Turks & Caicos Islands in December before returning to North America in January 2012.
Sunday evening, the Minister met with Carrie Solages, Haitian Democratic legislator, newly elected in the State of Long Island and Rosemonde Pierre-Louis, Vice-President of the City of Manhattan. The discussions focused on the need to maintain a close relationship with elected officials and other personalities of Haitian descent, in positions of power in the United States.
Yesterday Monday, November 28, the Minister Daniel Supplice went to the United Nations mission in New York. With a score of personalities including Dr. Eugène Mathieu, Congressman, John P. Alexis, the Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Charles A. Forbin, Consul General of Haiti in New York, Wyclef Jean Goodwill Ambassador of Haiti, Lesly Cazeau, Ambassador of Haiti in New York, a few Senators and others personalities of the diaspora.
The Minister discussed with his hosts of topics relating to the economy, culture, religion, social, and diplomacy. "This is an important opportunity for us to have all these personalities sitting around the table. The problems are posed and together we will find solutions. As everyone knows, we can not govern without the information. With the identification of the diaspora, we will make available to the country a solid database, which should enable the various powers to make the best decisions in the future."
After discussions, the participants agreed on the need to launch a media campaign to educate the diaspora on the issue of identification, the establishment of a peaceful atmosphere and the creation of an area of dialogue between the Executive and the Legislature for the smooth running of the country.
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