In Haiti, you will find people who are laureates in school without ever having to take part in a class test, and when you look at their grades, they receive an A for their final exam. In a system such as that, where students have already been told it is customary to buy a license, even though they cannot think in the language they have learned, what can we expect from them in society? If it is believed that they purchased their diplomas, there is no point in calling intellectuals thieves when the problem is the system as a whole. As criminal law does, the primary task is not judging and punishing crimes, as it does in criminal proceedings, but finding out what caused the acts to occur, which is the most crucial part of the procedure in looking for the source of the crimes.
Wilson Thelimo Louis,
Advocate for language justice and equality.