Haiti: Paved Roads All The Way To The Most Remote Border Town

Haiti is open for business... It's a great concept. I love it... But i have one piece of advice...

Interstate 93 Boston MA - I93-I95 Interchange
Interstate 93 Boston MA - I93-I95 Interchange

BUILD THE ROADS TO GET THERE...

It is a freaking shame when one drives all the way from the capital city of a neighboring country which was once occupied by Haiti, all the way to the most remote border town of that country on paved roads, and to be slapped in the face as soon as you cross that border into Haiti, once upon a time, the conqueror, with the most treacherous roads known to man.

Public works is not the duty of the private sector... It is the duty of the government.

Haiti needs paved roads du Nord au Sud, de l'Est a l'Ouest.

No one will build in an area they cannot get to... Give us paved roads and watch haiti rise out of its ashes.

Have some respect for the clients, and certainly have respect for the potential investors as they need to be able to explore the country to see the best spots to invest their money.

BUILD THE ROADS... All the way to the most remote border towns.

A border town is the front door of a country, where ever it is.

We need to 'WOW' the tourists WHERE EVER they choose to enter the Republic of Haiti.

Let's do it... Haiti is open for business... Remember?

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Molliere Exavier Anneus says...

I would love to start my comment by asking a simple question?

kisa ayisyen itil ayiti?

kisa system education ayisyen itil peyi a?

Now, I don't think SHAME is NOT the word. I truly believe that the Haitians are morally bankrupt in the area of administration and mentally retarded or an IQ of 28.

I better stop before yo fe m zombi.

mentalite sa bezwen

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Marie Valcy says...

I just got back from Haiti and i truly enjoyed my visit but in my mind i was thinking the whole time i was there (it would have been better if all the roads were paved)
PLEASE GO FOR IT REBUILT THE

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Jerry says...

Don't forget we need to create a pay toll booth system to maintain these roads.

How about 50 gourdes for car and 150 gourdes for those big speeding camions on Route National #1 and #2. About that. Thank

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Wndy says...

allowing anyone to build business or to invest in Haiti, wont help the country unless thoses businesses start getting taxed that is the only way Haiti will make money...that is why other nations build businesses there...anyone can go to Haiti and open a business and the country gain nothing from it...we gain nothing from tourism at all, this is

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Miejo says...

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KONSA YON KOQ BON PLIMAJ, AK YON POUL BON RAS METE YO ANSANB POU YO PONN YON LOT ZE...

KI VLE DI REKONSTWIKSYON HAITI- UN AN DEPI YON GOVENMAN MONTE, MOUN SA YO SE VALSE YAP VALSE POU YO KA VOYE HAITI MONTE, WI HAITI OUVE POU BIZNISS NAP BON KAN MENM PASKE GEN ANPIL VOLONTE, PASYENS AK DEVOUMAN...

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Erick Dorisca says...

It's Time we put more effort to build a country that stood out among the other countries at a time Haiti was the place to visit we need to build the country up to build more revenue to bring in more money into the country so we can have a better future for the children that are growing up in the country so they too can have a bright future ahead of

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Paul says...

Isn't it a shame that we have to hire dominican companies for constructions of roads, bridges or ports, while the unemployment rate is so high in

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Patrice says...

I have no comment really.

You have already said it all. Beautifully

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