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Comment l’ Internet est en train de changer la politique et la participation citoyenne en Haïti

  Le président haïtien, Michel Martelly, s’est livré ce vendredi 26 juin 2015 à un exercice qui a provoqué l’indignation de plus d’un. L’incident s’est produit lors du concert controversé de Lil Wayne et de Chris Brown organisé au Champs-de-Mars par son fils Olivier Martelly. Cette dernière escapade du chanteur …

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Immune response Haiti Cholera

LAST month the United Nations’ Independent Expert on Human Rights in Haiti delivered his annual assessment (French version here) of the state of the poorest country in the Americas. Gustavo Gallon, a respected Colombian jurist, wrote of many troubling—and familiar–problems. They included prolonged pre-trial detention for 80% of all prisoners …

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Haiti Corruption: Close friend of Michel Martelly, an infamous kidnapper, drug trafficker among other serious crimes, released by judge Lamarre Belizaire

Woodly Etheard, aka “Sonson La Familia” and Renel Nelfort, nicknamed “Le Recif” accused of organized crime, especially kidnapping, drug trafficking and money laundering, were released by the court on 17 April,  After an express judgement without the assistance of a jury. The accused were heard by the Criminal Court without juries chaired …

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Fallout from the release of two infamous criminals, close ally of Martelly, continues in Haiti and Internationally

The government represents the society and it is considered necessary to make this call because this release caused a scandal,” said Haiti’s Prime Minister Paul Evans, to the news paper late Tuesday evening, at a time when fuse reactions following the decision of the judge Lamarre Belizaire to free Woodly …

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