The Musical Chair In Haiti's Government

The Miami Herald calls the constant resignations and replacements of Haiti's government cabinet members a musical chair.

Chaises Paille - Musical Chairs in Haiti
Chaises Paille - Musical Chairs in Haiti

With the recent resignation of Haiti's Economy and Finance Minister Marie Carmelle Jean-Marie (replaced by Wilson Laleau) and the resignation of Communications Minister Regine Godefroy (replaced by Culture Minister Josette Darguste) days after, Jacqueline Charles of the Miami Herald writes that musical chairs in Haiti's government continues...

Read the article: More changes in Haiti's young, inexperienced government

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Elizabeth Francois says...

Screw them! this is HAITI.

YO TOUJOU AP VINN FOURE DIOL YO NAN ZAFE MOUN. YO TA TOUJOU WE YON PREZIDAN KA GRINNIN TINTIN NAN PEYI A POU YO KA JOIN HEADLINE POU YO EKRI.KISA KI MAL NAN CHANJE YON MINIS KI PAP BAY BON SEVIS.

SI SETE KONSAL TE YE DEPI LONTAN, PEYI A TA LOIN. SE MIN M YO MIN M KAP PALE A KI TE KONN AP EDE KORIPTION JOIN RASINN NAN PEYI A.BANN SAN KONSIANS

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Etienne says...

I don't see anything wrong with the change of personnel in the government.

Haiti is going through a lot of changes which mean the status quo of the past is no longer acceptable.

Yes the Martelly/Lamothe government is inexperienced but from what I am reading on different news outlets about the project the government is implementing, we are making some progress.

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