Martelly intend to charge $1 more for every $100 you send to Haiti
Martelly intend to charge $1 more for every $100 you send to Haiti and 5 cents more for every minutes you talk when you call Haiti.
1)phone in Haiti is already more expensive than in most country
2)Wire transfer in Haiti is already more expensive than in most country
I thought Martelly was going to create jobs so Haitians can work themselves and develop their own country.
But no he wants the poor Haitians leaving in deplorable conditions in Little Haiti to work harder to feed the Haitians back home.
Mr. Martelly how do you expect Haitians to become proud again if they never work?
Zenglendo and kidnapping would stop if they were busy earning a living!
8 millions people on permanent welfare will not lead to progress and the rebuilding of the Haitian's soul
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If you send money every week home it's only 52 dollars average,i believe you can add another 100 dollars if you will... more »
Welfare put black Americans where they are. Nowhere. a 9 to 5 gives you pride and wealth. Keeps you busy, you do not... more »
Sebastian, How do you expect Haiti to move forward when you're complaining on paying an extra 5cents on a phone call... more »
The country cannot progress on give me, give me. Every body have been giving for 25 years and Haiti is worst. Those 8... more »
Sebastian, $1 more for every $100 we send to Haiti is not too bad after all if you know anything about addition... more »
This monster is not even elected yet he talk about raising tax not to increase the agriculture production or to... more »
Jynee,you are 100% right the diaspora should give volontary to Haiti. Your idea is great,the prez should project fund... more »
Tiba,are you sure with these info? Unbelievable,that's prooves Preval,his govs are thieves and wicked dogs. more »
Marleine,wou si telman pral rinmin sakafet yo,wou minm kap pale'e anpil kounye'ya,se wou min'm avek min'wou ki prale... more »
Hey Jynee, Everything you described is called "Corporate Welfare." And you right, Haitians are willing and always... more »