Electricity in Haiti We want electricity

By: Touris Lokal - August 3 2007, 6:30 AM

To the President and his cabinet:

Your exellency, I am sure you know how important it is for a country to have electricity.

Without power and running water there is absolutely no growth and development.

I need to know when can we have electricity, When I was growing up and Jean Claude Duvalier was president, event my tiny hometown had electricity 24/7

Port au Prince haiti had electricity 24/7

Now I go to haiti and notice that only the industrial area are lighted at night.

President Preval, I know you are taking care of crime and corruption, thank you by the way because Haiti is pretty stable at this time however, please add Eletricity in your priorities list.

Electricity in Haiti is as important to the country as the air we breath.

Pale ave-m Preval!

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Nadeau says...

nous avos occasion de vous faire part avec nos sujestions Nous avons tout pense que au sien de votre gouvernance que... more »

Charles St Clair says...

Thank you for taking the time and research this. That adds validity to what I wrote. The problem with the proposal we... more »

Greg says...

Wow! You reall have done your homework on this topic. I am impressed. I have done some research and you are quite... more »

Robert says...

Pou yon peyi devlope fok li gen couran 24 sou 24. Prezidan preval pa jan-m di ki priyorite li genyen pou senkan pouvwa... more »

Move Zanj says...

I was pleased the other day to see someone mentioning the responsability that our representative abroad must assume... more »

Charles St Clair says...

There are many reasons There is astruggling with a lack of electricity in Haiti. 1) Peligre output has reduced... more »

Jime says...

all in all, if I have to suggest,giving electricity should be absolutely a good ideas for some people who wanna open... more »

Brother L.k. says...

Touris Lokal I know of those days of which you speak. YOu see even though there was corruption in the government back... more »

Flora says...

I live in Boston,I love my country dearly.I'm always afraid to go.but this year I see a lot of people going there,and... more »