Having the right governance structure is very necessary in the success of any country out there in the world. There is no country that can easily operate when some of the most important institutions are missing in the entire government structure. In dictatorial regimes, countries seem to be operating, but there are very many injustices that are happening because there are no structures to check and control power from the various arms of the government (Crunchbase).
Activist Georgette Mulheir has been a witness to the collapse of the government and other government institutions in Haiti. His main issue of concern is that the parliament, which is a core institution in any country, was dissolved by the president leaving Haiti under a dictatorship. Activists worldwide like Georgette Mulheir are aware of it and know that this means there is no legal representation of people in the operations and the actions of the government in Haiti, which means major problems. Haiti has had some leadership issues for very many years.
There has never been any form of stability in the Caribbean country, with every other strong politician hoping to clinch the leadership position in the government. The problem is that there is no leader who wants to lead the country for the benefit of its people. The human rights defendant already knows that every other leader who will be assuming power will be introducing some dictatorial strategies in Haiti. Georgette Mulheir explains that this can easily be verified by the actions of the current president, who has already dissolved parliament and extended his term limits by preventing elections from taking place. All these are dictatorial approaches that end up creating uncertainty in the country while at the same time eliminating a situation where the government can help in ensuring that the president can easily do what he wishes without following the constitution of the country.
There is a huge number of people in the country who have been witnessing what has been happening in Haiti, but they do not know what they can do to bring their country back to its feet. Georgette Mulheir happens to be in the right position at the right time. He is one of the few internal leaders who have been pushing for international actions against the problems currently in Haiti.