“Hand in hand, shoulder to shoulder, we’re going to change Haiti,” Martelly told the roaring crowd in a mix of Creole and French. “We want to re-establish order and discipline in the country.”
An emphatic and self-confident Martelly laid out his top priorities for rebuilding the country, a plan that focused on education, tax collection, security and foreign investment. To “change the face of Haiti,” he said everybody had to do their part.
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