Politics of Haiti

Reginald Boulos distances himself from Michel Martelly over PetroCaribe

Reginald Boulos distances himself from Michel Martelly over PetroCaribe

Affaire PetroCaribe: Reginald Boulos who once supported the candidacy frmer Haitian president Michel Martelly thinks that it is necessary to put an end to the bonds of friendship when it comes to cases of transparency.

"My possible friendship with Michel Martelly has nothing to do with the affairs of the country," Boulos said.

Related article: Affaire PetroCaribe: Reginald Boulos wants Michel Martelly to Apologize with his VOICE, a letter is simply not enough

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PetroCaribe: Marriott vs Martelly, Marteen Boute wants a public apology

PetroCaribe: Marriott vs Martelly, Marteen Boute wants a public apology

Marriott vs Martelly - Marteen Boute wants Michel Martelly to apologize PetroCaribe comments where is said the money he stole was invested in the Marriott and other hotels.

Read more about this here.

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Is Michel Martelly and the artist Sweet Micky the same person?

Is Michel Martelly and the artist Sweet Micky the same person?

Is Michel Martelly and the artist on stage Sweet Micky the same person? King Kino thinks NOT...

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King Kino says PetroCaribe is Just Politics

King Kino says PetroCaribe is Just Politics

Haitian artist King Kino says Every one is using PetroCaribe movement for their own personal interests. What is going on here is a clear fight for 2022 elections.

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Yon vagabon deside chante Antèman Aristide sou Rezo Sosyo yo

Yon vagabon deside chante Antèman Aristide sou Rezo Sosyo yo

Adje mesye... Vagabon se remèd LOL... Men yo anonse lanmò Aristide wi sou Facebook!!! Ou pwal tande bri... (Haiti Hoax - Death of president Aristide announced on Social Media)

Men ki kote yo jwenn foto sa menm???

Vagabon an di Titide ta fè yon arè kadyak aprè l fin fon'w move san paskel tande Lamothe ak Sophia jwenn decharge.

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PHOTO: Ex Haiti President Michel Martelly answer question about #PetroCaribeChallenge

PHOTO: Ex Haiti President Michel Martelly answer question about #PetroCaribeChallenge

Here is a photo of ex Haitian president Michel Martelly answering questions of journalist Guy Webern Guerrier (Guy Wewe) at the Haitian Labor Day Fest in New York.

Watch the video interview and read the English Transcript here.

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PHOTO: Michel 'Sweet Micky' Martelly at Labor Day Parade 2018 Eastern Parkway

PHOTO: Michel 'Sweet Micky' Martelly at Labor Day Parade 2018 Eastern Parkway

Here is a photo of ex Haiti president Michel Martelly also known as the performing artist Sweet Micky at performing live New York Labor Day Parade 2018 on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn.

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Haiti National Palace... Once upon a time in Haiti...

Haiti National Palace... Once upon a time in Haiti...

Here is a picture of the Haitian National Palace... This used to be the official residence of the President of Haiti in capital Port-au-Prince until an earthquake hit Haiti on 12 Jan 2010.

The national palace was severely damaged during this devastating earthquake. then President Rene Preval said the famous phrase: "My Palace Collapse!"

The ruins of the building were demolished in 2012 under the Martelly administration. Plans to rebuild the palace were announced by in 2017.

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NY Haitian-American Councilman says Haitians going to Canada are under FALSE impression

NY Haitian-American Councilman says Haitians going to Canada are under FALSE impression

New York City Council Member Mathieu Eugene says many Haitians making the trip to Canada seeking asylum are under the false impression that Canada has an open-door policy.

They're seeing the country as if it were a "promised land," he said.

Council Member Mathieu Eugene represents dristict 40 which includes Crown Heights, East Flatbush, Flatbush, Kensington, Midwood, Prospect Park, and Prospect Lefferts Gardens.

Council Member Dr. Mathieu Eugene made history by becoming the first Haitian-born official elected to the New York City Council.

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Haiti CNG - Conseil national de gouvernment

Haiti CNG - Conseil national de gouvernment

The Haiti National Council of Government (French: Conseil National de Gouvernement, CNG) was the ruling body of Haiti from 1986 to 1988.

The council was first established on February 7, 1986 as a joint military and civilian provisional government following the exile of President for Life Jean-Claude Duvalier. The council consisted of a President, Lieutenant General Henri Namphy, and five Members, three from the military and two civilians.

The military Members were Colonels Williams Régala, Max Valles, and Prosper Avril, while the civilian Members were Gérard Gourgue and Alix Cinéas.

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