Bidjè ane 2017-2018 la kreye anpil tansyon ann Ayiti paske lan kreye bidjè a, leta egzije Ayisyen peye plis taks pou ranplase kontribisyon peyi etranje yo ki diminye. Kwak leta di taks la ap pèmèt nou gen elektrisite 24 sou 24, anpil moun lan peyi a sispèk leta paske se pa ta premye fwa leta fè pwomès nou pa wè.... Li plis
....GDP does not measure many of Haiti's assets: The beauty of its landscape and clear skies; its high number of self-employed workers; its large number of people who own the land and home where they reside; its sense of community, communal workforce, and family centered lifestyle; its low crime rate in the countryside and even in the cities as compared to other nations; its rich cultural, historical, and religious heritage which intrigues the world....
1. Our ancestors were not paid by the French.They had no wealth to pass on to their heirs.
2. Although our African ancestors gained their freedom in 1804 with control of the island, they still had to pay former French slaveowners ''reparations" worth 21 billion in today's dollars. They paid these reparations for about 100 years, having nearly nothing left to invest in Haiti's own development.
3. Countries engaged in human trafficking tried to crush Haiti. In 1844, Haiti became two countries, as the United States recognized a secessionist movement that claimed the independence of the Dominican Republic. Haiti lost 2/3 of its territory, as the US proceeded to back up a division of the island that gave the most fertile part of the island to about 100,000 Spanish speaking residents, while leaving the mountainous 1/3 for 700,000 residents whose parents two generations earlier had fought to liberate the entire island from European domination.
Haiti’s government budget for 2012-2013 was 3 billion dollars, an incredibly large amount of money when one considers that the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is only triple that figure at roughly 9 billion dollars...
Many American and foreign companies are investing in Haiti. From the Vietnamese company Vietell which has bought the largest stake in Teleco to the Irish owned Digicel, the Haitan economy is opening more and more to foreign investors.
Twa Rasin, Twa Pitit, Fanmi a Solid!
When the iron market was first built in 1891 under the administration of President Florvil Hyppolite, the population of Haiti was slightly over one million. Port-au-Prince, the largest city, had only about 70,000 people. Today, approximately 800,000 people live in Carrefour alone. The population has grown from 800,000 people in 1850 to more than 11 million people today. If the government does not control this population growth, Haiti´s poverty will worsen. The country needs a population control campaign that urges everyone to have no more than three children.... Twa rasin, Twa pitit, Fanmi a solid!