INTERCONTINENTAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF HAITI, S.A
OPERATION JOB CREATION
Itercontinental Development Corporation of Haiti, S.A. (IDC) was created and registered in Haiti since 1989. It has maintained its registration status over the past twenty-nine years despite the volatile political nature, collapse of businesses and the instability in Haiti. It has been committed to establish constitutional rule of law by doing civic education for the Haitian population that rank from political elected officials to communities at the national and international levels. This has provided a solid foundation that elevated the standard of discussions among Haitians and non-Haitians alike, concerned citizens, officials and community members. IDC Analyses possible political solutions for Haiti to resolve structural problems and formula to come out of its perpetual crises constitute the forces that drive IDC, Federation of Leaders in Haiti (FLH) and CIRH-RDH’s mission.
The primary goal of IDC is to help Haiti and the African-Union Governments in the implementation of the Universal Federal-Democracy system of governance. It is in that context (IDC/FLH/RDH) intends to launch the Workfare Program (WP) to achieve the Development of the New Federal Republic of Haiti. As a result, Haiti will build her national institutions, modernize and construct new government buildings, hospitals, affordable housing, schools equipped with libraries, laboratories, cafeteria and gymnasium, elevate the education standard and eliminate the severe shortage of electric power. This will enhance the lives and well-being of all Haitians and specially those who are among the less fortunate. This will create jobs for thousands of youths and generate a better economic growth for Haiti. By far, the Workfare Program will increase Haiti’s stability and promote higher standards of governance.
It should come as no surprise that two hundred years after the formation of the First African-American Republic, the children of the great Haitian-Nationalists would promote an advanced form of governance known as Universal Federal-Democracy. It is a system that is tailored to allow people to retain their local culture and customs as they adhere to laws guided by their nation’s constitution.
Under Universal Federal-democracy it is required that power be shared between the central and local government. The head of state might be an emir, emperor, monarch, chancellor, president, premier, or general secretary – whether popularly elected or inherited at birth. However, the head of government must be elected directly by the people or by the people’s elected representatives. And, the localities must be autonomous through effective Federalization of power whereby officials are elected directly by the people, from state governors through to the municipal mayors. The templates for Universal Federal-democracy can be found in the Constitutions of Switzerland in 1291, USA 1776, Haiti 1801, Taiwan 1947, India 1950 and Equatorial Guinea 2012.