It's a great idea...but historically, there has never been...

Paul - March 30 2013, 9:58 AM

It's a great idea...but historically, there has never been continuity with government projects when a new government takes over in Haiti.

In other words, when a new government takes over in Haiti, they don't continue projects that were started by the previous government...which is one of the reasons why the country is so far behind.

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