Haiti: Different faces, Same Corruption

BY FRANDLEY JULIEN

FRANDLEYJULIEN@GMAIL.COM

If the ouster of President Morsi in Egypt teaches anything to the international community, it is that the mere organization of elections is not a panacea in countries with a long tradition of corruption and dictatorship.

Those who try to understand why not much has changed in Haiti 27 years after the fall of the Duvalier regime are quick to point exclusively at our corrupt, ruthless and incompetent leaders. However, a closer look at the country’s perpetual crisis will show that corruption, incompetence and irresponsibility have always been supported by an important portion of the Haitian population. Why?

 

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About Frandley Julien

Hello There: My name is Frandley Julien. I am originally from Haiti but have been living in Pembroke Pines, Fl since April 2006. I share my opinions on US and Haitian politics as well as literature. I am currently working on a book whose working title is: An Immigrant's Perspective on America's Challenges.

Posted on August 9, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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