Democracy for the Haitian Crisis: Ideas for Political Reforms in Haiti

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2020 - Social Science - 200 pages

This book gives you the basic information you need to know in order to make up your mind regarding the current situation in Haiti and what can be done about it. While it is clear that, other countries and International organizations have played a significant role for Haiti to be in this predicament, the only way out is for us to put away the victim mentality and take full responsibility in the rebuilding and the reforming of the institutions of the country. This idea where poverty, prosperity, peace and insecurity of any country is related to its institutions is shared by university professors such as Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson. For the institutional rebuilding and reforming of the country, the different elites (Intellectual, political, economic, religious, medical, scientific, sportive, cultural, etc.) have to do their parts without giving excuses and blaming each other.

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Contents

Introduction
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE COUNTRY
WHAT TYPE OF DEMOCRACY FORHAITI?
PRESIDENTIAL DEMOCRACY
THE ONLY
THE CONSTITUTIONAL PERIOD
THE POLITICAL PARTIES
A FEW OF THE WORLD MOST ORGANIZED
THE PERMANENT ELECTORAL COUNCIL
THE PARLIAMENT AND THE CANADIAN MODEL
THE EXECUTIVE AND THE MODELS
THE JUDICIARY AND THE CANADIAN JUSTICE
THE MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTAL
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Archange Deshommes was born in Anse a Foleur, Nord Ouest, Haiti and grew up in Port au Prince, Haiti. He attended primary and secondary schools in Haiti, the Bahamas and Miami, FL, USA (Ecole Evangelique Nouvelle Jerusalem, Centre de Formation Emile Roumer and College Pythagore Haitien, Port au Prince, Haiti) Bahamas Academy of the SDA, Nassau, Bahamas and North Miami Senior High, North Miami, FL, USA. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Social Science from Virginia State University and Norfolk State University, Virginia, USA. He is currently working on his master’s degree in Educational Leadership at Barry University, Miami, FL, USA. He is a certified social science teacher by the Florida department of Education. He was a teacher at Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami, FL, USA. He wrote more than 30 articles on the Haitian Crisis and global politics on the Internet ( Rezo Nodwes.com) and in Haitian Newspapers such as Le Nouvelliste, and Le National. For the last 20 years, he has enjoyed making social science research primarily in Political Systems, Political Regimes and Economic Developments, in government such as: city government, state, regional, National or federal governments. He has also made research in the justice system: (The court system, the prison system and the police system)

Contact Info: Adeshommes@hotmail.com

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