Ayiti vle fè fas sou tèm egal ak Karayib Nasyon
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Gros lanjan, Saint Lisi (defend.ht) - Prezidan Michel Martelly te fini dènye l 'ap travay jou nan Somè a CARICOM nan St Lisi diskite sou pwogrè ekonomik ak politik an Ayiti ak dezi nan peyi a yo vin yon patnè egal ak lòt nasyon Karayib la.
Friday, July 6, 2012: The President of the Republic, His Excellency Mr. Michel Joseph Martelly, had, in the day on July 5, 2012, several meetings with prominent members of CARICOM and the political and economic the area around the development issues of Haiti.
His interview with the President of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulsa, focused, among other things, the progress already made by the Haitian Government to promote democracy in Haiti. The Head of State mentioned including the installation of the High Council of the Judiciary (CSPJ), the appointment of members of the Court of Cassation, facilitating dialogue between all sectors of national life ...
President Martelly then had a working session in private with his counterparts around the Caribbean economic and geopolitical concerns in the region. A Memorandum was signed between CARICOM and Haiti for institution building, the revival of agriculture and investment facilitation. At this working session, the Head of State also presented his strategic objectives which are: the continuation of actions to improve the image of Haiti internationally and regionally through reconstruction or rebuilding of the nation, the continuous improvement of living conditions of the population and creating conditions for sustainable, socioeconomic development of the country.
The President of the Republic had bilateral meetings with Antigua and Barbuda around several important points at an art fair where he developed common opportunities for knowledge exchange and the professionalization staff in tourism and craft creation. Haiti took the opportunity to promote culture and art. With the Bahamas, the Haitian Minister of Commerce, Mr. Wilson Laleau, insisted that the Bahamian government remove the embargo on the open market for Haitian products.
Haiti is participating in discussions and support the institutional review report on the CARICOM Secretariat, but noted interests in Haiti for the Haitian professionals and skilled workers within this regional organization.
Haiti's position is clear: to present the new climate of political stability prevailing in Haiti, which puts the country in a better position to deal on equal terms with its partners, to take and implement commitments international and regional, especially all the commitments made with CARICOM.
Besides the adoption of French as the official language and/or work, alongside with English, the integration of Haitian professionals at the CARICOM Secretariat, the Head of State of Haiti Haiti pleads to host the 2015 Caribbean Festival of Arts (CARIFESTA), a cultural event organized multisectoral on a periodic basis by the countries of the Caribbean in a Member State.
The Carifiesta is both a music festival and an exhibition bringing together artists, musicians, authors and promoters of products and folk arts of the region. The latest edition of CARIFESTA was held in Guyana in 2008 with 25,000 spectators. The next will be held in Suriname in 2013.
The President of the Republic of Haiti, His Excellency Mr. Joseph Michel Martelly, left St. Lucia, this Friday, July 6, 2012 to go to Panama where he is to receive a prestigious award, that of "Grand Cross of the Order Gil Colunie" at the University of Panama City.
This designation demonstrates the commitment of the Head of State in the implementation of modern and effective strategies for the advancement of Haiti. The President will take the opportunity to discuss possibilities of cooperation between law schools in both countries.
The President of the Republic leaves the summit of St. Lucia with the feeling that the discussions will help improve socio-political and economic conditions of countries in the Region.
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