Haiti is a country that has faced many challenges throughout its history, from political instability to natural disasters and poverty. Despite these challenges, Haitians have always shown great resilience and determination in the face of adversity. However, one of the most significant obstacles to progress in Haiti is the lack of new leadership in the country’s public administration.
For too long, the same old politicians, diplomats, and lawyers have held positions of power in Haiti’s government, making decisions that affect the lives of millions of Haitians. These decision-makers have failed to bring about the changes that are needed to move the country forward and improve the lives of its citizens.
Meanwhile, young Haitians and members of the diaspora have been largely excluded from the decision-making process. This is a missed opportunity, as these groups could bring fresh perspectives and ideas to the table, and help to drive much-needed change in the country.
The fact is, Haiti needs new leadership in its public administration if it is to overcome its many challenges and move forward. This means giving young Haitians and members of the diaspora a seat at the table and empowering them to take an active role in shaping the country’s future.
It also means recognizing that the same old politicians, diplomats, and lawyers who have been in power for decades are not likely to bring about the changes that are needed. Instead, Haiti needs leaders who are dedicated to serving the people, rather than their own interests, and who have a vision for a brighter future for all Haitians.
Of course, change is never easy, and there will inevitably be resistance from those who benefit from the status quo. But the fact is, Haiti’s boat is sinking, and it’s time for a new captain to take the helm. A doctor may be able to keep the boat afloat for a while, but ultimately, new leadership is needed to steer the country towards a better future.
Haiti is a country with great potential, but it needs new leadership in its public administration if that potential is to be realized. The same old politicians, diplomats, and lawyers have failed to bring about the changes that are needed, and it’s time to give young Haitians and members of the diaspora a seat at the table.
Haiti needs leaders who are dedicated to serving the people and who have a vision for a brighter future for all Haitians. Only then can Haiti overcome its many challenges and become the great nation that it has the potential to be.