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Haiti doesn't need an army but a well trained police force.

Instead of spending money on an army, the government should hire the labour force to rebuild roads and other national infrastructures and invest mainly in education because a country with 70% illiterates can't progress at all. Haïti should take Costa Rica as an example.

They got rid of their army long ago and invested in education.

That's the solution!
Besides when someone is enrolled in the army and wears a uniform, he thinks he has full power and most of them are corrupted like most of the armies in Latin Amercica.

Gerda Tuck, September 28 2013, 12:56 PM

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May this army don't change in kidnapping, chime, loup-garou, zobop, free-mason, tonton makoutes, bizango. Pou kisa nap anmekde bouda nou konsa a? read more >
Patrick Princivil, 19-Sep-13 12:29 pm
That's pretty much an execellent idea to create an army of professional, because technical skills are what the country needs for this moment. Along... read more >
Olgy, 20-Sep-13 10:58 am
A mon avis, le President aurait cree une force transitoire (la police militaire) pour une periode d une annee au plus, avant d avoir entame une... read more >
Bouger, 22-Sep-13 3:12 pm
I don't know anything about Nation Building, but I know about a professional Army, so they can build bridge, roads, and to develop the country into... read more >
Calixte Guerrier, 24-Sep-13 11:08 am
Haiti doesn't need an army but a well trained police force. Instead of spending money on an army, the government should hire the labour force to... read more >
Gerda Tuck, 28-Sep-13 12:56 pm
I cant understand why some of country don't like Haitian army. For my answer, yes we need Haitian army we don't like army from another country... read more >
Herold Cophy, 9-Nov-13 10:47 am

 

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