No one can changes a system if one not believes in the power...

Amonnon Louis - August 24 2012, 5:00 PM

No one can changes a system if one not believes in the power of the law, believe that the law can stop corruption, enforce the law as need, make sure that no one is above the law, try to get people believe in education, drive educational campaign, learn people the word of the Constitution, punish any one who try to fly above the law, drive mental education that is able to make every one be aware of the bad situation of Haiti; because of corruption that is filled already institution of the country, every law must be written on paper and hang them everywhere in the country and have special people to explain it on the radio TV and journal in order that every one be aware of it; enforce the police institution arm them and train them to better serve, now, you can say you have a country.

Remember bro. Haiti needs Haitian to lead it through development, do not Lie yourself bro, Haiti needs one leader not many to fly above expectation to lead it through real destination.

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