Ms Elmira definitely has a point. Her critics are facts. I'm...

Cj - April 7 2011, 12:09 AM

Ms Elmira definitely has a point.

Her critics are facts.

I'm in my mid-thirties, I was born in Haiti and resided in the US a year after President Jean-Claude Duvalier departed to this day. I still refer to Haiti as HOME not only my country but HOME. I visited at least twice a year for the past 25 years.

One of my favorite thing is travel especialy to visit and enjoys what the Caribbean islands have to offer but like it says Lakay se Lakay Ayiti...shall we say home sweet home Haiti...As with anything in life if there is growth you need to add more space.

But in Haiti the population growth, transportation growth surpass the space and infrastructure that are available for economic growth.

Yes there are some small cities and provinces outside of Port au Prince that are as saturated but for the most part Haiti needs serious help in this area in order for economic growth to happen.

My country is too beautiful for this mess to continue.

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