Hollywood, FL (PRWEB) November 20, 2005
For the past few months, the subject of every Haitian conversation has been the Haiti elections. Who will be the next elected president of Haiti on February 7th 2006?
One surprising factor of every presidential election in Haiti is that the majority of the Haitian population living outside of Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital, have no idea who the candidates are or what they look like.
For the Haitian Diaspora, the Haitians living outside of Haiti, the hottest topic for this year's Haiti elections is "Dual Citizenship".
According to the Haitian Constitution, becoming a citizen of another country is more like filing for divorce, a divorce that Haitian-Americans are clearly against.
In order to collect the opinion of all Haitians from the various communities around the world, Woodring Saint Preux, the owner of Haitian Search Engine http://www.fouye.com decided to build a separate website and dedicate it to the 2005 Haiti Elections.
http://www.HaitiElection2005.com features all 54 Haitian candidates, with pictures of each candidate, and invites the Haitian people to give their opinion and let the world know who they think is the most qualified person to represent them in the "Palais National" (The Haitian National Palace).
Having a separate website dedicated to the Haitian elections is a great way to allow Haitians with Internet access to voices their opinion about it.
If you are curious to know how Haitians really feel about each individual candidate http://www.HaitiElection2005.com will give you a rough idea.
With “dual citizenship” being such a big issue in the 2005 Haitian elections, it is important for the Haitian people with no real voice in Haitian politics, those of us leaving outside of the main land, the “Diaspora” who cannot vote, to express their sentiments.
Aside from the list of Haitian presidential candidates, http://www.HaitiElection2005.com also features a searchable list of all the Haitian political parties, a forum, campaign photographs, and a comment section that collects visitor input about each individual candidate.
As soon as the election is over and a President is elected and inaugurated in Haiti, http://www.HaitiElection2005.com will be closed to comments and will remain online only as a reference.
If you have a comment about the Haiti Elections, try to get it in before February 7, 2006. If all goes well, Haitians will be singing "hail to the chief" in Creole and our doors will be closed.
If you want to know what the Haitian Netizens think about the 2005 Haiti Elections, hop over to http://www.HaitiElection2005.com and find out for yourself.