An exclusive interview with President Thein Sein about the rapid transformation of Myanmar – a revolution in progress.
AMANPOUR. viewers manifested continuous concern for the affected citizens of Haiti. The recovery efforts the world has shown to Haiti were commended and applauded. Most felt the assistance the government of Haiti owed to its citizens was “inexistent” and described the alleged inefficiency as “mismanagement” on their part. Several suggestions to keep the country afloat were proposed by viewers like you.
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At this moment we think it is important also to give to the world positive things happening in Haiti, giving hope and possibilities for the Haitian partial recovery.
all the citizens are concerned about presently is migrating to other countries.who then is left behind if visas are granted all Haitis?
Amanpour this isn't about......, but aiming on a sustainable and long term recoverying projects. From my own perspective, i think what Haiti needs wright now is a genius as a 'commander in chief,' that'll take them from grass to great. With a good commander in chief they'll not just seek aid from the inter. communitee but also investors that will ...
By Elizabeth Joseph; Associate Producer, AMANPOUR.
It is a pointed irony that Sri Lanka experts widely agree that the Tamil vote will play a decisive role in Sri Lanka’s presidential election. With the majority Sinhalese Buddhist community split between current President Mahnida Rajapaksa and retired Army General Sarath Fonseka, the architects of the Sri Lankan victory over the Tamil Tigers last May, all eyes are on the Tamil vote.
The Tamils are left with few easy options in a close presidential race that may set the course for national reconciliation:
A) Vote for Mahinda Rajapaksa, the incumbent president who declared Sri Lanka is a Buddhist country, a move that further alienated the Tamil minority
B) Vote for Sarath Fonseka, the former army commander, who led the Sri Lankan military to victory over the Tamil Tigers
C) Vote for another of the 22 presidential candidates on this year’s ballot
D) Not vote at all.