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

Etienne - April 13 2013, 11:00 AM

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.

Miracle will not happen under the watch of this government but they are trying to lay the foundation for future administrations.

Ms. Jacqueline Charles and the Miami Herald need to take a step back and understand that change does not come overnight and people in government for what ever reason have the right to resign from their position or be replaced if they are not up to par. I don't believe the changes in personnel have caused any disruption in the slow progress the country is making.

Like many who are interested in what goes on in the Haiti, I wish I could snap a finger and voila a new Port au Prince, modern infrastructure in all the major cities in the country, and lots of jobs but things just don't happen like that...it takes time and it will not happen under the Martelly/Lamothe government.

Chill out, we still need to fight curruptions in all the institutions in the country and I think the Martelly/Lamothe government is doing their best. We will see what resulted from their efforts not today but a few years down the road. That's my take on this subject.

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