SAM: ’Clef has made it pretty clear that he intends to participate in the process and see where things are going. He’s been concerned about Haiti long before the earthquake, and long before it was fashionable.
MARTIN: What I would say to Wyclef and anybody that wanted him to run, just because he is not on the ballot does not mean he cannot have that influence. He positioned himself to get things right for the next election—that is, the residency requirement. But also, begin to work on the critical issues. Stay involved and keep the pressure up. That’s the most important thing; the pressure has to be kept up on the political leaders there to follow through on what they said they’re going to do.