Document: Prime Minister Garry Conille General Policy Declaration
- Wednesday, October 12, 2011 1:10 PM
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht) - Prime Minister Conille has released his Declaration of General Policy, or public policy agenda. The document is in its entirety below, prefaced in English.
Members of the Office,
Today, at this moment when all the children of Haiti are wait for relief from their daily tribulations, wait for a government to respond and help them: we are here, with them, with myself who has been given this great responsibility, I bid you all great honor and respect.
I send this same salutation to all Haitians, woman and man, who are represented in the Chamber of Deputies, in what ever part of the country they are or where every they are in the world.
Our mother Haiti can not wait for a change,
she is tired of waiting for things that should have been done long ago
waiting for us to change its face so that we can live well
we all are waiting for development that can give us home in our Haiti.
What I am doing today? Why did I come and speak before you?
If you see me here today it is because the President of the Republic asked me to bring his mission to you, his promises he has given to the Haitian people during the electoral campaign can become reality in all corners of the country.
I am a child of this country like all of you. I could not hesitate when the president asked me to carry his mission, with all its authority in the country so the people can gain a victory against the misery that has be fallen them.
With my experience in this country and abroad, I accepted to give the president this helping hand.
I accepted it because I have always worked with all of my heart, with who ever I am working with, here or abroad, since I was in medical school in 1993. Serving my country has been a vocation for me and it is because of all that my country has done for me.
The full document:
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