Raphael Louis’ vision as Prime Minister of Canada is a Nation whereas Government is more "Compassionate, Accountable and Transparent," responsive to the Canadian people's needs and their expectations. A Canada free of Social exclusion whereas everyone can participate at all levels in the normal, normatively prescribed activities of the Canadian society in which they live.
Raphael Louis grew up within a political environment in Haiti, where his distinguished family members held prestigious and influential government positions, as well as a tradition in public service. Aspired to make government more competent, compassionate and transparent," responsive to the Canadian people's needs and their expectations, Raphael Louis' political achievements and experiences are notable throughout the creation of the Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities (FAAVM); a national and international civil rights and human rights organization working to advance minorities' rights; Canadian democratic process through legislations; constitutional amendments and electoral reform.
Dealing skillfully with the Senate, The House of Commons, and all levels of government, Raphael Louis initiated various legislative projects to stimulate human rights implementation, increase political representations for Minorities and Aboriginals; and strengthen national unity. Mr. Louis embarked upon an action course of shaping public policy by cutting taxes and government expenditures, improving national health care responsiveness; personal responsibility, strong families, and Aboriginal rights, also known as First Nations, Inuit and Métis.