There are 2 ways to interpret the declaration of this...
There are 2 ways to interpret the declaration of this so-called "Dual citizenship" granted to the Haitian Diaspora published last week by the Haitian government.
1) either those in the Haitian Government do NOT understand the definition/meaning of the word "Dual citizenship/double nationality" or
2) they must take some of us in the diaspora as the dumbest and the most ignorant people on the planet.
"Le doit de voter/the right to vote" is not the same as having dual citizenship or double nationality.
According to the amended constitution ALL Haitians living can vote in their respective countries they are living in and no longer need to travel to Haiti to cast their ballots.
It means exactly what it says, no more and no less. It doesn't grant dual citizenship or double nationalitee to noone.
Until dual citizenship or double nationalitee gives the rights to all citizens to fully participate in the politics and the internal affairs of the country then dual citizenship does NOT exist in Haiti.
This is nothing but a "scam" those in the government are using in order to get more money from the diaspora to finace their campaigns.
The presumption is that the diaspora will stop complaining and give as much money to Haitian politicians because they can now vote. This is a "feeling good" political scam sold to the diaspora and they bought it, but NOT all of us.
Le Président de la République autorise la reproduction par les Presses Nationales de la version amendée de la Constitution de 1987 votée en Assemblée Nationale le 9 Mai 2011
Le Président de la République autorise la reproduction par les Presses Nationales de la version amendée...
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