Democracy does not work in failed States like Haiti, Hugo Guilliani Cury

I have it up to my mouth with the Dominican Republic. Here is the latest. According to the economist and Dominican ambassador Hugo Guilliani Cury, "Haiti is a failed State and as such creates serious problems for the Dominican Republic"' that "Democracy does not work in failed States like Haiti"

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He proposed that the donor States create a "partnership for development" and I assume that he sees the Dominican republic as on of such partners.

Mwen ginyin ra dyol ak Dominikin sa yo ki panse ke peyiyo tres byen et ke tout problem yo se paske you patage ti zile sa avek Ayiti.

Si nou ouè nan atik sa ki soti nan "dominicantoday.com" kote ke economist ak Ambassador Hugo Guilliani blame Ayiti pou tout problem yo.

De tout facon, pa ginyin anyen ki afekte Ayisyen anko. O mwen si sete lontan, nou tape dekouvry ke yo ape ranse ak personalite nou!

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Ricart says...

"Dominicans and haitians are one people whether they like ot or not.they all have african blood and mix blood."

Likewise, South African and Namibian are one people in the sense that they are both black and have African blood.

But that doesn't mean South Africa is going to allow thousands of illegal immigrants from Namibia to be dumped on their territory.

Dominican Republic is Dominican Republic and Haiti is

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Ricart says...

"Dominicans on the other hand are tough at an early age to reject anything that is black."

That's what you Haitians have to work with...take it or leave.

Haitian should stop trying to change Dominican's mindset and concentrate on rebuilding their

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Ricart says...

Some people have issues handling the truth.

In this case, the author of this article cannot stomach the fact that Haiti is the poorest and most illiterate nation in the western hemisphere.

He/she cannot stomach the fact that Haiti create problems for the DR by dumping thousands of illegal immigrants on that neighboring country.

And yes, Haiti is a failed state in all sense of the word. Therefore, the idea of creating a "partnership for development" in Haiti is not

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Ron Gee says...

Dominicans and haitians are one people whether they like ot or not.they all have african blood and mix

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Pierre Alphonse says...

I just want a confirmation on that. I head that when Haiti occupied the Dominican Republic, there was a campaign by the Haitian army to exile most white people who were living in the Dominican Republic.

Was this the source of the Antihaitianismo feeling?

I also heard that Dominicans always feel threaten by Haitians as Haitians often being accused of trying to establish control over the entire

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John Nazon says...

Do you know that some Black Dominicans think that they are whites and Mulatos Dominicans were one people..Dominicans!!!, Many white Dominicans were married to mulatos and black Dominicans, which made it clear to blacks Dominicans that they were very different to Haitians in ideas, cultures and

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Suz Lavilla says...

The difference between Haitians and Dominicans is purely cultural.

Haitians are raised to be open to other cultures, to accept who they are and be connected to their origin.

Just like Dominicans, Haitians are a combination of several group such as Indian, African, European, and more. Dominicans on the other hand are tough at an early age to reject anything that is black.

It remains an issue in present-day Dominican

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