Push to remove Laurent could erase gains Haiti has made, Bill Clinton
The former US President Bill Clinton doesn't think that it is a good idea to remove Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe as it was suggested by the Commission.
Haiti's Big Mistake: Removing Lamothe
Ex-President Clinton said to force Prime Minister Lamothe to resign will be an enormous mistake, setting Haiti back, obliterating the gains it has achieved since the earthquake.
Clinton praised Lamothe for a job well done, adding Haiti ". . . is the most consistent and decisive government . . ." he has worked with on issues across-the-board. They have attracted a wealth of private investment and to throw it all away does not make sense to him.