The danger for Haiti if Jean-Max Bellerive becomes president

John Nazaire - March 27 2015, 8:07 AM

Isn't this very interesting?

two former Prime Ministers of Haiti want to become president.

It is no secret to anyone that Former Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive and Laurent Lamothe are positioning themselves for the big chair at the National Palace of Haiti.

Has anyone asked why?

Why so much interest?

Let me go streight to the point.

These two gentlemen were the two most powerful people in Haiti following the Haiti earthquake of 2010. Why were they so powerful one may ask?.

These two guys were responsible and trusted to issue contract to several firms as the country was in an emergency situation.

But unfortunately what happened?

The worst happened.

These individuals took adventage of the situation instead.

On the part of former Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive, his behaviors in the distribution of contracts has been called as highly irregular.

Mr. Bellerive has been distributing no bid contracts to Dominican companies.

By the way, you need to keep in mind that the same Jean Max Bellerive married to a Dominican woman his children are half Dominican.

More importantly, he is also interested in becoming President of Haiti.

Can we say in all honesty if Jean-Max Bellerive become president of Haiti that it will likely be handed over to the Dominican Republic?

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