Sunday, Prime Minister Evans Paul, delivered his first speech since he has taken the interim to the executive head pending the election of an interim president under the text of the agreement signed on February 6 2016
Excerpts from the intervention of Prime Minister Evans Paul :
"[...] The government and the opposition must work together to remove Haiti from underdevelopment. The government and opposition must work together for the State regains its dignity, to give the people a direction to clean the image of the country that is dirty, each time people give a show of shame, launches rock on people until death, burning a bus [...] these acts are not good. The acts of provocation, people in uniforms with weapons in the street without permission is not good also [...] The battle limitless for power is not good.
I said, whatever the moment that history gave me to play a role in the State I will continue on the same line, the bucket of water is over my head to extinguish the fire that power or the opposition want light that is not good for the country, which is not good for the people.
I encourage listening meetings between all organized sectors, the three state power, political parties, unions, candidates, civil society in length and breadth, churches, voodoo, employers' organizations, the forces Popular, without losing time, to reach into the implementation of the agreement for the country to back as soon as possible to normal operation [...]
These are the Haitians who must solve Haiti's problems, to stop giving problems to our friends in the international community, who are tired of us. I take this opportunity to say thank you for their support in the difficult circumstances that the country still lives.
The mobilization today is through dialogue, for the rest of small time I would be there, my door has no key, it is wide open to receive all the ideas, all proposals, to hear all claims , from political parties, trade unions, civil society and the street.
It is by listening all ideas, we'll get to sing the patriotic chorus of Living Together in the tranquility in the progress and hope of a better Haiti for all of us [...]"