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 Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk

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MessageSujet: Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk   Mar 3 Mar 2009 - 12:19

Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk

Port-au-Prince/Brussels, 3 March 2009: To keep Haiti on course and avoid further unrest, its government needs to build a broad national consensus, reaching out to parliament and civil society.

Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk,* the latest update briefing from the International Crisis Group, examines a fragile political, social and economic situation. A series of crises in 2008 have pushed more Haitians into poverty and increased the potential for serious trouble this year.

“The socio-economic situation is worse than at the time of the April 2008 riots and the fall of the Alexis government”, says Bernice Robertson, Crisis Group’s Senior Haiti Analyst.

“President René Préval and Prime Minister Michèle Pierre-Louis need to secure the support of donors and parliament to swiftly implement a wide-ranging stabilisation strategy or risk renewed political instability and violence”.

There is an urgent need for broad political consensus and improved relations between the executive and legislative branches of government as well as a government-donor-civil society partnership to kick start a community-oriented process that will not only reconstruct Haiti but also transform it into a safer and more stable nation.

The immediate focus should include:

identifying government-led, community-approved, high-impact and high-visibility projects to tackle key challenges such as job-creation and food shortages;

boosting security sector reform by speedily completing actions planned and begun in 2008 to control porous borders and corrupt and inefficient ports;
working closer with parliament and improving transparency in handling emergency funds and carrying out reconstruction;
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strengthening democratic institutions and stabilisation efforts by holding inclusive elections in 2009 observed by nationals and internationals.

“The April 2009 donors conference is important since it will largely determine whether the government can meet the expectations of the country’s poor and avoid further unrest”, warns Markus Schultze-Kraft, Crisis Group’s Latin America Program Director.

“Senate elections in April and the constitutional reform debate shortly after will set the political tone for reconstruction and development efforts during the remainder of the year”.
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MessageSujet: Re: Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk   Mar 3 Mar 2009 - 13:29

ForumHaiti poze kestyon sa an grand manchet: Le duo Préval/Pierre Louis a-t-il fait mieux que le gouv. Préval/Alexis ?

Repons la se ke: “The socio-economic situation is worse than at the time of the April 2008 riots and the fall of the Alexis government”, says Bernice Robertson, Crisis Group’s Senior Haiti Analyst.

Ki sa ke gouvenman Preval/Pierre Louis fe la ke Preval/Alexis pat kap fe??

Anyen ? Negatif,
apre tout lajan sa ke yo resevwa nan men asistans internasyonal la pou zafe cyclon 2008 nan, pep Gonaives apre 6 mwa, sanble ke yo anba cyclon toujou.
Sezon cyclon 2009 la pral komanse tre byento.

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MessageSujet: Re: Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk   Mar 3 Mar 2009 - 17:19

Désolée, la question est mal posée.

La situation ne serait-elle pas pire si ce gouvernement n'avait rien entrepris de positif?

Ils ont limité les dégats, et nous devrons le reconnaitre.
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MessageSujet: Re: Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk   Mar 3 Mar 2009 - 17:45

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Colocolo a dit : Désolée, la question est mal posée.
La situation ne serait-elle pas pire si ce gouvernement n'avait rien entrepris de positif?

Ils ont limité les dégâts, et nous devrons le reconnaitre.

Colocolo, en gestion et en administration, il ne suffit pas de jouer aux sapeurs pompiers et limiter les dégâts.
Il faut jouer un rôle préventif. Un bon gestionnaire prévoit et va au delà des dégâts.

Cyclon finn passe degat fet, se le sa ke yo ap paret tet yo.

Lekol finn tombe sou timoun, se apre sa ke yap femen chantye ak konstriksyon.

Fre ak se depote nou yo ki finn voye million dolla ale lakay se le sa ke gouvenman ap di ke yo pakab resevwa yo paske yopa gen lajan e infrakstriti pou sipote 30,000 moun.

Ils ont limite les degats !! Pep la pa bay prix ak meday a moun ki limite dega!! pep la bezwen ke moun sa yo fe yon travay prevantif, fok yo prevwayan pou moun pa mouri, pou moun pa mouri grangou, pou moun al lekol, gen la sante ak lojman!!!
Ala de traka papa !!

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MessageSujet: Re: Haiti 2009: Stability at Risk   Mer 4 Mar 2009 - 11:57


Poverty, elections place Haiti at risk for unrest

The Associated Press
Wednesday, March 4, 2009

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti:

Deepening poverty and ineffective governance have left Haiti at risk for renewed violence and political instability, a conflict watchdog warned on Tuesday.

The Brussels-based International Crisis Group urged international donors scheduled to meet next month in Washington to provide the struggling Caribbean country with $3 billion over the next several years.
"Between now and the summer Haiti faces a series of challenges, and if the population doesn't see progress it could well result in significant instability," ICG senior vice president Mark Schneider told The Associated Press by phone.

A 16-page report by the conflict watchdog comes ahead of a March 9 visit by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and former U.S. President Bill Clinton to promote international aid and economic security in the impoverished country. The U.N. Security Council will visit immediately afterward.

Haiti is enjoying a period of relative stability, but the report says economic and social conditions are even worse than last April, when political riots over high food prices overthrew the prime minister. Months later the country was socked by four storms that left nearly 800 people dead, caused $1 billion in damage and halted economic growth.

Tuesday's report says poor cooperation between President Rene Preval, new Prime Minister Michele Pierre-Louis and parliament is also deadlocking legislation and preventing passage of a proposed $256.4 million, mostly donor-financed budget.

That in turn could leave the door open for "spoilers" — drug traffickers, corrupt politicians, gangs and business owners who prefer a weak government — to create new problems.

Illegal flights carrying South American cocaine through Haiti and on to the United States and Europe increased over the past year, the U.S. State Department said in its annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report released this week.

Reminders of how quickly any tension can boil over into violence in Haiti were on display Tuesday in Port-au-Prince when university students threw rocks at U.N. peacekeepers and Haitian police, who responded by firing tear gas. The students were protesting a curriculum change.

Observers worry far more violent demonstrations could erupt ahead of a long-delayed April 19 election to fill 12 vacant Senate seats, with concern centering on electoral officials' decision to block all candidates from former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide's divided Famni Lavalas party.
The ICG report called for inclusive elections.
© 2009 The International Herald Tribune | www.iht.com


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