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Haiti - Law : «The Digital Revolution of the Haitian Law»
"...it is a plea, for a thorough reform of the Haitian law, this is why I talk of revolution. This is not a simple adaptation a revolution, why ? Because until today, Haitian law in terms of proof, of trade, exchanges between private and in public administration, is based on the paper, ie that a document is valid only if signed of the hand of those who sign [...]
The reality begins to change, at customs level, of the UEH, banks that provide services [...] the reality is changing and our merchants, our students and especially young people, exchange information and documents, and even in public administration documents are exchanged by attachments. But if here is a glitch, we are not protected. [...] With the evolution of social practices, commercial and even administrative [...] on the right on the road, must must take on the bandwagon and revolutionize and put on the same plane: the paper document and electronic document [...]
The e-government hould not be grafted on the old procedures, therefore this is a whole transformation of the state, a transformation of how the State do the thinhgs which is proposed. Based on the success stories that have taken place in Latin America, we have identified the steps of the implementation of the e-government, the conditions for success and objectives to put in place [...]"
Concerning cyber-crime, Me Gousse explains "There are various control methods that do not exclude each other, but that must be taken together. On the one hand, there is a legislation to implement and secondly there is the establishment of staff, both at the judicial police, the PNH at the level of the Secretariat of State for Public Security [...] It is also necessary to incorporate mechanisms on cyber crime, a warning system 24/24, which allow that all computer crimes that are committed, are passed around. For example, in the transfer of illicit funds in the fight against terrorism, it is necessary that the responses could be done quickly. There are mechanisms that have been set up at the universal level and at the Inter-American level which require the establishment of an alert teamp 24/7 whose the Government, the State must acquire.
So you have to summarize, on the left hand a legislative action and on the other hand action in terms of staff training, equipment procurement and integration of this struggle at the international level [...]
there is this plea, this reasoning for the change and bills, fruit of research that has begun long ago, my first public intervention in terms of electronic contract, dated 1996 [...] but particularly for the drafting of bills, it is within the working group on information technology that was established by President Préval [...] These drafts are the result of one of these committees [...] it is as part of this Commission, that I have developed these draft laws on electronic signatures, electronic commerce, administration electronic and the implementing orders that accompany them..."