Here is a picture surrendering the proble of citizenship faced by President Michel Martelly. US Ambassador Kenneth Merten declaring Michel Martelly a Haitian citizen.
When in March 2012, the snowball rumor about Michel Martelly's nationality transformed into an avalanche, destroying his credibility to hold the president's office, then-U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Kenneth Merten (August 25, 2009 - July 20, 2012 ) came to his rescue. Merten said Mr. Martelly is not an American citizen and he does not have a U.S. passport. However, the Haitian legislature was not satisfied with that explanation. About one year ago in early 2011, a bogus U.S. passport was surfaced on the Internet that purported to be Michel Martelly's. Marten's assurances could not impress the members of a special commission of the Haitian Senate responsible to investigate politicians who hold dual citizenship. However, Martelly termed this citizenship controversy initiated by Senator Jean-Charles as "conspiracy", organized by people who can't believe Michel Martelly is going to be the country's President.
This is a picture from the web that was in circulation during the presidential race in Haiti. At the time, there was an allegation that Candidate Michel Martelly was not Haitian and was holding the citizenship of a foreign country, namely that of the United States.
This Passport is not legitimate and likely was manufactured by people trying to circulate the rumor that our president is of another nationality. One person suggested that this passport showed expiration date within 5 years. However, all US passports are given for more than 5 years. It is clear this is a fake document
According to Senator Moise Jean-Charles who is incharge of a senate investigation has determined that President Michel Martelly has renounced his Haitian citizenship