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Haiti Prime Ministers Fritz Jean and Evans Paul together

Haiti Prime Ministers Fritz Jean and Evans Paul together

If you think you are seing double by looking at Haitian Prime Minister Fritz Jean and Prime Minister Evans Paul you are not crazy. It is in fact just that the two Prime Ministers of Haiti side by side. Not only they are side by side, they are both Prime Ministers at the same time under the Provisional President Jocelerme Privert. As the confusion is unfolding to know which of these two individuals who has the reall authority as Prime Minister, Mr. Fritz Jean just deposited his required document at the Haitian Parliament for verification and at the same time enjoys the security and services accorded to a Prime Minister. On the other hand, Mr. Evans Paul still considers himself as Prime Minister since he did not give his official resignation as Prime Minister

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Members of the military-civilian Junta after Jean-Claud Duvalier

Members of the military-civilian Junta after Jean-Claud Duvalier

Here is a picture of the Members of the National Council of Haitian Government. This was the new military-civilian government that took over after president Jean-Claud Duvalier went on exile. This new Junta took power on February 7, 1986. The members of the junta include the following:

Colonel Max Valles,
Colonel William Regala,
Lieutenant General Henry Namphy,
Alix Cineas,
Gerard Gourgue
Colonel Prosper Avril.

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Economist Fritz Alphonse Jean appointed Haiti Prime Minister

Economist Fritz Alphonse Jean appointed Haiti Prime Minister

Here is economist Fritz Alphonse Jean who was appointed Haiti Prime Minister by President Jocelerme Privert

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Jean-Jacques Honorat, Prime Minister of Haiti

Jean-Jacques Honorat, Prime Minister of Haiti

After the Coup D'Etat of 1992, Mr. Jean-Jacques Honorat was named prime minister of Haiti. The Military government at the time thought that by having Jean-Jacques Honorat in the position of Prime Minister, it would help the de facto government gain some international recognition. This did not happen. Other stated that he did not have enough time to work on the diplomatic front.

Jean-Jacques Honorat was removed from the position by the military-backed government in June 1992 as he was unable to convince the international community to lift sanctions against Haiti

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Haiti Elected parliamentary picking-Up Certificate at CEP

Haiti Elected parliamentary picking-Up Certificate at CEP

Here are some of the elected Haiti Elected parliamentaries picking-Up their Certificate at the CEP

The results of the first round presidential elections held on October 25, 2015, were published by the CEP on November 5, 2015. As per the CEP's announcement, the first four candidates were: Jovenel Moise, the government backed candidate from Haitian Tèt Kale Party, 511,992 or 32.8% votes, followed by Jude Celestin (LAPEH) 394,390 or 25.2% votes, Jean-Charles (Pitit Dessalines) 222,646 or 14.27% votes, and Dr. (Mrs.) Maryse Narcisse (Fanmi Lavalas) 108,844 or 7.05% votes. However, as per the electoral mandates, since none of the candidates could reach the 50% plus vote benchmark, or a lead over 25% votes as per Haitian Constitution and Electoral Decree, a second run-off was scheduled on December 25, 2015. Although, the Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS/EOM) expressed its satisfaction, because the published results were consistent with their observation during the election process, neither the losing candidates nor the Haitian population was happy with the published results. Jude Celestin condemned the published result as, a ridiculous farce staged by the government; in no way it reflects the vote of the people. Amid mass violent protests and threats of withdrawal by the presidential candidates from the final run-off, the CEP has kept rescheduling the final runoff dates. And it is still undecided.

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Commission of electoral evaluation finally installed

Commission of electoral evaluation finally installed

Here is the new Commission of electoral evaluation which was finally installed

On December 22, 2015, at the Hotel Kinam in Petionville, Prime Minister Evans Paul initiated the installation of five members Electoral Evaluation Commission. The commission would assess and advice on the conditions of the country's remaining presidential electoral process scheduled to be held on January 17, 2016. The members of the commission are: Mgr Patrick Aris, the Mambo Euvonie Georges Auguste, the Pastor Armand Louis, Rosny Desroches and Me Gédéon Jean. Since the election has been deferred and some of the members of the commission and their political platforms were reluctant to participate, the commission has been reorganized. The earlier members of the commissions Joseph Emmanuel Charlemagne and Anthony Pascal have been replaced by Me Gédéon Jean (representing the human rights sector) and the Pastor Louis Armand (representing the Protestant Church). The commission's reporting period has been extended to 8 days (from December 22nd) from earlier 3 days.

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The creation of Commission of Electoral Evaluation

The creation of Commission of Electoral Evaluation

A new commission has been created called Commission of Electoral Evaluation.

Following the continuous accusing pressures from every section of the community, President Martelly, as a way out, has created a five member commission on December 17, 2015, by a presidential decree to evaluate the fairness of the October 25th election. The commission has to report within next 3 days since it starts functioning and may make necessary recommendation for the coming election. The election is set to be held on December 27th, but may postpone until January 2016. However, this "Commission on Electoral Evaluation" was not acceptable to the most opponent parties and platforms like G8, Fanmi Lavalas and Renmen Ayiti. They have denounced the commission as "contrary to the request" of the G8. Renmen Ayiti has called on one of its members Euvonie Georges Auguste, who had been placed on the commission, to withdraw her participation. As per Moïse Jean Charles, a member of the G8, some commission members are close associates of Martelly.

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Sean Penn, the New ambassador-at-large for Haiti

Sean Penn, the New ambassador-at-large for Haiti

the Haitian government has shown appreciation for the work of Movie actor Sean Penn by naming him ambassador-at-large for Haiti.

He ceceives this high title for his work in helping Haiti recover from the earthquake.

"I do accept," said Sean Penn in accecping his new position, adding that it would be useful to "change being called 'Hey you" to 'Hey Mr. Ambassador.'

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Haiti, Controlling those with Natural or Injected Power

Haiti, Controlling those with Natural or Injected Power

In Haiti, the ongoing game of controlling those with the most Natural or Injected Power.

Haiti, one of the most interesting countries in the world in term of power struggle. This is a country since its inception in 1804, has been fighting itself. the country took its independence from the French under the notion of freedom, which many believe it is one of the biggest revolutions in the history of the world. However, because of this independence, it seems that Haiti has been put in a unique box. It seems that more than anything the decision has been made that Haiti must be controlled at any cost.

One of the hardest things found by those wanting to control is the individual control. Due to many factors such as volume of the population, what everyone listens to or watches or is associated with, the individual control is almost impossible in Haiti. However, Haiti has been under control. The method used is to control by controlling those with the most natural or injected power. As a result, we often end up with leaders that do not serve the Haitian population. These leaders such as Presidents, Prime-Ministers, Senators, Deputies, politicians, and others are serving others and in the meantime try as much to enrich themselves. They are puppets, taking dictation from their puppet masters. Often these decisions have nothing to do with the interest of the Haitian society.

In the meantime, we as a society continue to dig our own grave, saving those same puppet masters time an energy to do it.

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Sabine Martelly, nouvo Sekrete Deta pou jen, Espo ak Action Civic

Sabine Martelly, nouvo Sekrete Deta pou jen, Espo ak Action Civic

Minis pou jèn, Espò ak Aksyon Civic, Jimmy ALBERT procécé a enstale Sabine Martelly kòm nouvo Sekretè nan Leta a pou jèn, Espò ak Aksyon Civic, Lendi 14 desanm 2015. Sabine Martelly pran avantaj nan pou tou envite paran yo, edikatè yo, associations jèn yo, nasyonal ak patnè entènasyonal pou l kontinye ankadreman enpòtan segman sa nan popilasyon an.

English:
Sabine Martelly, new Secretary of State for Youth, Sports and Civic l`Action

Minister of Youth, Sports and Civic Action, Jimmy has ALBERT procécé to install Sabine Martelly as the new Secretary of State for Youth, Sports and Civic Action, this Monday, December 14, 2015 to the Annex to MJSAC Brothers. Sabine Martelly also invites parents, educators, youth associations, national and international partners to continue to frame this important segment of the population.

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