June 10, 2016 - Moise Jean-Charles holds Evans Paul personally responsible for attacks and attempted arson on several gas stations in Port-au-Prince. Moise informed the press that he knows very well what Evans Paul is capable of, consideration his past as former militant "Konpè Plim".
On June 14, 2016, the Haitian Tet Kale Party (PHTK) of former President Martelly and its allies formed a "general mobilization" force with the aim of overthrowing Provisional President Jocelerme Privert from power. The alliance calls themselves Entente Democratic (ED), or Democratic Agreement. Some of the participants of this political coalition include: the KID, the PHTK, the National Consortium of political Parties Haitians, "Repon Peyizan" of "Platfom Viktwa", the National Bloc Right Centre, MONHA. They have invited the general population to take part against the authoritarian and autocratic excesses of the Provisional President Privert and asked the politicians, state institutions and all organized bodies to join a concerted effort for a consensual solution to fill the presidential vacancy.
Evans Paul has said that continuation of Privert as the Interim President without any title or quality is against the law of the country and a matter of criminal offence. The three branches of government, such as, Executive, Legislative and Judiciary, should meet immediately to bring back the country onto the rail of the constitution.
Here is Muhammad Ali and Christina Aguilera asking for donation of $5 for Haiti relief effort
During the program with Christina Aguilera, Muhammad Ali had mentioned such earthquake and aftershocks in Haiti as among the worst tragedies of our lifetime. Christina Aguilera serves as the global spokesperson for Yum! Brands' World Hunger Relief campaign, which is the world's largest private-sector hunger-relief effort, operating in 110 countries and 36,000 restaurants of KFC, Pizza Hut, Long John Silver's, Taco Bell and A&W. The organization creates awareness, volunteers and raises fund for WFP. Aguilera said, as a mother, she was very much upset by watching the condition of children and families affected by the earthquake. David Novak, the Chairman and CEO, Yum! Brands, Inc., said, "as a company with a huge heart, it is their responsibility to help the people of Haiti rebuild their lives." He announced his company's decision to donate $500,000 for the Earthquake victims. We might remember that, in 2008, after four devastating hurricane attacks in the country, Novak visited Haiti and immediately pledged $1 million from that year's World Hunger Relief collection to Haiti.
Here is a picture of Muhammad Ali
In January 2010, following the devastating earthquake, the deceased global humanitarian and sports icon Muhammad Ali teamed up with multi-Grammy Award winner Christina Aguilera to help "the United Nations' World Food Program (WFP) Haiti Relief Efforts" by appearing in a Public Service Announcement (PSA) produced by the Yum! Brands Foundation. The program with a special performance from Aguilera appeared on several international television channels and online, and they urged people to donate $5 by texting FRIENDS to 90999 or donate Online at fromhungertohope.com. It said that to some, $5 is a big amount; it is a big amount to feed 20 hungry children in Haiti. Ali also participated in an internationally televised telethon with Chris Rock, "Hope for Haiti Now" (on January 22, 2010 from 8 p.m. to 10 pm, E.S.T) with actor, director, comedian, Chris Rock who read a 2-minute message of this great boxer.
Here is a picture of Ms. Marie Margareth Fortuné.
Margareth Marie Fortuné has so far held many important portfolios such as, the Coordinator of the National Association of Women Victims of cooperative (ANFVC), the General Coordinator of Civic Promotion Network Citizens (RECIPROC) and the Director General of the Haitian State Lottery (LEH). Recently, she has expressed her strong belief that, if her department can strongly follow the laid down programs, it would definitely contribute fund to the upcoming election. On Thursday, May 19, 2016, Ms. Mary Margaret Fortune was installed as the new Executive Director of Functions of the Haitian State Lottery (LEH) by replacing Mr. Jean Fritz Louis. Ms. Fortune has always remained vocal about the embezzlement of public fund under the Martelly- Lamothe administration. About her recent appointment, she said this shows the government's willingness to enhance women's participation in the development of Haitian society.
Here is a picture of Gary Eugene who sworn in as new police chief of the North Miami Police Department. He is in this picture with Mayor Smith Joseph.
Gary Eugene, a 30-year law enforcement veteran and the Assistant Police Chief of the North Miami Police Department since December 2014, has been sworn in as the North Miami Police Chief, replacing Leonard Burgess, who announced his retirement earlier this month. Eugene began his career as a Police Detective of the Miami City Police Department in 1985. Gradually, in 1996, he became the first Haitian-born lieutenant within the department, serving the Little Haiti community. He is a holder of Master Degree in criminal justice from Florida International University, a bachelor's degree in liberal studies from Barry University and an associate's degree in criminal justice from Miami-Dade College. He completed graduate courses from two police academies such as, Southern Police Institute (S.P.I.) in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Senior Management Institute for Police Executives (S.M.I.P.) at Harvard's Kennedy School. One of Eugene's notable awards and commendations came from the U.S. Coast Guard for his seventh month's participation in search and rescue operations throughout the Caribbean Sea.
Here is a picture of Anne Marie Issa, former co-owner and founder of Signal FM who was also one of the top advisers to Jean Henry Ceant during his presidential bid in 2016 under Renmen Ayiti
In last June, Jean Henry Céant (Renmen Ayiti) along with 26 other presidential candidates from the last unfinished election, confirmed their participation by registering their names within the scheduled dates between June 20th and 22nd, 2016. Jean Henry Ceant was a member of the G8, which called for an independent commission of inquiry and a transitional government. Ceant was born on September 27, 1956 in Goureau, Croix- des-Missions in Haiti. At his early age, he learned the value of hard work from his parent. He became a practicing civil lawyer in 1985, and in 1986, he became the notary in the Municipality of Port-au-Prince. Ceant is a founding member of many organizations like Association of Housing Cooperative COLOFE; Research Center and Tabarre Community Development (CREDECT); the Trade Union Association of Notaries Professionals (ASNOP); the Right Business Association (ODA); Collectif Haiti-LOVE (Agir-Here-Now-Rebuilding Together for Haiti) and the Medical Center; the Haitian Foundation for Support to the University Training (FHASFU), the Club of Haitian Youth Concerned (CJHC), the Haitian-Arab Foundation for Development, Education and Culture (CHADEC). He is recognized for his leadership and valuable contribution to the SIMACT Foundation. According to Ceant, the progress of Haiti depends on four main pillars: Women, Peasants, the Young and the Haitian Diaspora.
Here is a picture of Roudy Stanley Penn who resigned as Spoke person for the CEP.
Roudy was one of the spokespersons for the new CEP under Leopold Berlanger Jr. After several announcements, finally he has resigned from his post on July 22nd, because so far, Leopold Berlanger did not him want to leave. To him, winning an election in Haiti is always the result of a master plan built by a strong team of professionals of politics and communication. Some of the fifty five presidential candidates in the last election were more presidential than others, whether through their journey, their reputation or commitment. Despite having these advantages, none of these popular candidates were able to fetch individually more than 20% votes in the first round of elections, because they are more renowned than they have supporters--basically they are all equal. Roudy was also the campaign manager for Senator Jean Renel Senatus (Zokiki), who was elected in the first round of voting. He is also the vice President of the Association of Haitian Political Consultants. The title of a published book of Roudy speaks itself about its content--"Advocacy for Lowering the Age of Eligibility and Appointment to Political Office". He had argued that if we can vote at the age of 18, we can also be a candidate at this age.
Here is a picture of Lawyer, Ex-Members riding Mont-organized Capotille, leader of the political organization "Inisyativ Peyizan nodes, Ronald Lareche.
Ronald Larèche is a divorcee, presently lives in a common-law with his wife Fernande Pierre, with whom he gave birth to four children. Larèche completed his primary education at the Dominic Savio School in Mont-organized and pursued his classical studies in 1991 at the Adventist College of Cape Haitien (CACH). He joined the National Police of Haiti (PNH) in November 1995 as supervisor of the police station of Mont-organized, and later promoted to the post of inspector, but he resigned in 2005 to become a candidate for deputy to the Mont-Organized / Capotille district. Larèche holds a degree in Legal Sciences from the Faculty of Law of Cap-Haitien (2003), completed a course at the Cap-Haitien Bar Association between 2003 and 2005 and a Master degree holder in Project Management from the University Quisqueya (2009).
Here is a picture of Haitan Senator Ronald Lareche as president of the Senate
In the second round of the last election on October 25, 2015, he became a Senator from North East under the banner of Verite political party with 39.42% votes.
In last April, when the links of some high profile Haitians were discovered in Panama scam, then as a Senator, Ronald Lareche said, a special commission would be created to investigate the spending and contracts under the administration of former President Michel Martelly's regime between 2011-2016.
Here is Senator Ronald Lareche in Mont Organise. He joined Haitian national Police (PNH) in 1995 and later became the Supervisor of Police in his hometown in Mont Organise. He was agent 2.
On Wednesday, July 20, 2016, the former vice president of the Senate, Ronald Larèche has been elected the president of the Senate replacing the current interim president Jocelerme Privert. Mr. Ronald Larèche (born on November 21, 1971 in Mont-Organizes), the former Senator of the North East, by profession is a lawyer and a member of the Parliamentary Group of the Renewal (GPR) Commissions and member of several high profile committees such as, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Worship and Haitians living abroad, Committee on Interior and Local government, Decentralization and Border Development. He is also a member of the Commission for Justice and Public Safety. Now, the new Bureau is thus composed of Ronald Larèche (President), I. Steven Benoit (vice president), Junior Jean Marie Solomon (First Secretary), Lucas François St-Vil (Second Secretary) and Fritz Carlos Lebon (Quaestor, in charge of public revenue and expenditure). Ronald Larèche has been active in politics since 1985.