Haiti National Palace... Once upon a time in Haiti...

Haiti National Palace... Once upon a time in Haiti...

Here is a picture of the Haitian National Palace... This used to be the official residence of the President of Haiti in capital Port-au-Prince until an earthquake hit Haiti on 12 Jan 2010.

The national palace was severely damaged during this devastating earthquake. then President Rene Preval said the famous phrase: "My Palace Collapse!"

The ruins of the building were demolished in 2012 under the Martelly administration. Plans to rebuild the palace were announced by jovenelhaiti.com President Jovenel Moise in 2017.

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Haiti's history is marked by a series of challenges that have often left its population in a vulnerable position. There is one principle reason why Haiti has always found itself in this predicament. Some people will not admit it but we all know it is true.

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The Dominicans use their military forces in a way that Haitian authorities can copy from if they really want to improve security in the country.

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I told a friend of mine that school was open in my neck of the woods in Haiti and he replied with the most shocking answer. "I don't think I will mention your city name on my radio program," he said, "Because I don't want the others to come and cause problems for you."

Read: Peyi Lock - Nowadays it is not prudent to share the good news about Haiti for fear of repression, Read this true story...

99.9 percent of the Haitians are superstitious. I was surprised to be listening to a famous journalist in Haiti yesterday who thinks it is normal for people to die during the carnival season because, superstitiously speaking, it has to happen. SAY WHAT???

Read: Does Superstition play a BIG role in the non-development of Haiti and the Haitian mindset?

Did you know... More than 80 percent of rice consumed in Haiti is imported and most of the rice consumed in Haiti comes from the United States. Haiti keeps importing more and more rice every year since 1986 despite the new government's promise to increase local rice production.

Read: Haiti Rice Import: More than 80 percent of the rice consumption is imported

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