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Indignons-nous! Disons NON a l’INDECENCE!!!

Quelques semaines après  la catastrophe du 12 Janvier 2010, quand le décompte  des morts n’était  pas le principal sujet de conversation, tout le monde parlait d’une grande chance pour nous. Haiti avait au moins la dernière  chance de renaitre et de refaire l’histoire. Peuple optimiste que nous sommes, nous croyons …

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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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Information Minister, Rotchild François Junior white lie to Reuter news

(Reuters) – The Haitian government raised the death toll from Tuesday’s electrocution of a Carnival float to 18 and said it was exploring measures to prevent future incidents involving overhead high voltage power lines, the Minister of Communications announced on Wednesday. Most of the dead, 15 men and 3 women, …

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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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Several kilos of cocaine and heroine found aboard ship transporting sugar from Colombia to Haiti

For now, “several kilos of cocaine and ten kilos of heroin were found by officers from the BLTS aboard a ship carrying sugar from Colombia, revealed Inspector Gary Desrosiers, assisstant spokesman of Haiti’s National Police, this Wednesday, April 15, 2015. The excavation of the Manzanares ship flying the Panamanian flag …

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First Lady Sophia Martelly announced her candidacy to the Haitian Senate

Haiti’s First Lady Sophia Martelly filed Thursday to run for a Senate seat representing the West department, which encompasses the capital of Port-au-Prince. “What you suspected, it is so,” Martelly tweeted with a photo of her holding up her registration document. Whether Martelly would seek a Senate seat in the …

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First Lady Sophia Martelly for Senator

    To no one’s surprise, Haiti’s first Lady Sophia Martelly did register on Thursday signaling her intention to run for a senate seat that will represent the West Department- an area that covers most of the capital city, of Port au Prince. In fact before she even signed on …

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Haiti’s Tourism and land battle

Despite having all year round good weather, ample sandy pristine beaches, clear blue waters and a paradise in the making, Haiti has never blossomed as a tourist destination. Millions of dollars have been invested since the earthquake to build Haiti has a tourist destination but as of today, the present …

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