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Posted Thursday, July 12, 2012

 martelly jokeWorld's laughingstock President Martelly - his Haiti, a country with more than its share of sadness: perennially dirt-poor, extremely aid-dependent, rich in political instability, corruption, biblical times disease, incompetence and disaster, to name only these ones, suggesting that the Caribbean nation will most likely soon be transformed into a museum devoted to the study of failed states - has officially offered to help elephant-hole, death-hole Democratic Republic of Congo solve its centuries-old, interminable, untold number of unbelievable problems

As part of the African Union Summit, which will expire July 16, Mr. Jean Gardy Ady, Minister of Communication and Special Envoy to Haiti, has communicated to the African Union for the President Martelly and Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe, to provide immediate assistance as a mediator in the armed conflict between regular forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to the mutineers of M23 in eastern and northern DRC, triggering a wave refugees destitute and affected by serious medical problems.

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Mr. Ady Jean Gardy mentioned, if the DRC so requests, the ability to send emergency Haiti Haitian doctors in the country or the diaspora, for a humanitarian mission in the Congo and he told representatives African peoples that the Haitian Presidency is ready to assist in peace negotiations in a neutral to stop further tragedies in Africa.

Ministers from several African countries, have supported the mediation offer made ​​by Haiti, and the proposal was forwarded to the Congolese President Joseph Kabila, his Prime Minister Matata Ponyo and six African Heads of State who, also been invited to come to Haiti.

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ON A PORT-AU-PRINCE STREET An unidentified walking blind man this week nearly fell into a long uncovered  underground conduit for carrying off sewage or rainwater. If the accidental government of Martelly cannot address something as basic as this, ultimately preventing the above blind man and others from injuring themselves, how can it help solve the Democratic Republic of Congo's untold number of problems, which, to begin with, it certainly does not understand?  (Photo credit: Le Nouvelliste d'Haiti)

The Special Envoy to Haiti has concluded his speech by recalling that President Martelly and his Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe, are "determined to participate in the struggle to end conflicts in the world, and particularly on the African motherland . "



NOTE: The above article, roughly translated, omitting the title and related links, from The French language, with the help of Google Language Tools.



The original text published by Haitiliberte.com, in the language of Voltaire, July 7, 2012


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