Here is a picture of President Jocelerme Privert and wife Ginette M.PRIVERT.
On Tuesday, February 23, 2016, Dr. Ginette Michaud Privert, the first lady of the republic, visited the construction site of the Faculty of Medicine. The 2010 earthquake caused severe damage to this Haiti's medical school. A Canadian coalition, initiated by the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC), in collaboration with other medical groups is working to rebuild it. The First Lady was accompanied by Dr. Max Rudolph St-Albin, Director General of the Office of Industrial Accidents Insurance, Sickness and Maternity (OFATMA). On the next day, she paid a courtesy visit to the Embassy of Haiti in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and met Ambassador Magali Jeanty Magloire. Her husband, Jocelerme Privert, the present interim President was a former Interior Minister and the President of the Senate Committee on Economy and Finance.
Here is a picture of Kiko Saint Remy with his sister, First Lady Sophia Saint Remy Martelly
Kiko Saint Remy, Brother of First Lady Sophia Saint Remy Martelly
Sonson Lafamilia and his accomplice Renel Lecref, these two criminal leaders of the Galil gang jointly worth an unaccounted annual valuation of$44 million. They were involved in numerous cases of kidnapping, false imprisonment against claims of ransom, money laundering, murder, drug trafficking, and criminal conspiracies. They were arrested and booked several times against serious culpable crimes, but released every time with highly questionable legal orders. Kiko Saint Remy, the brother of the First Lady Sophia Martelly is a known drug trafficker. He was once a business partner of Sonson La Familia alias Woodly Etheard aka SOS. They used to run a restaurant business named "La Souvenance" located at Morne Brun, in Petionville which used to supply food at the National Palace and other important government departments of the country.
Once, Clifford Brandt, an alleged kidnapper, the son of a prominent Haitian businessman and one among the 329 inmates who escaped from a Haitian prison (but was subsequently recaptured in August 2014), had revealed to the U.S investigators that 'Kiko Saint- Remy', the brother in law of Haitian President Michel Martelly is the second most important person in a kidnapping ring. By the end of the last year, when political pressure against Martelly was mounting, Kiko took part in an anti government protest on November 18, 2014, and demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe. Kiko accused him on charges of masterminding political arrests, exploiting justice, neutralizing competitors, operators and activists. Kiko is one of President Martelly's closest clan and a man in his inner circle; he fights for Martelly's control of territory. Now, without Lamothe, President's Tet Kale Party (PHTK) will be able to use $44 million from the fund of a free man named 'Sonson La Familia' who had been released through an unlawful procedure. PHTK can clear the candidacy of Martelly's wife, fund campaigns and buy fraudulent votes for the party.
Here is a picture of First Lady of Haiti, Sophia Martelly, with Dominican Republic Cándida Montilla de Medina.
Recently, on 26 September, there was a meeting of the First Ladies of both Haiti and the Dominican Republic in New York in the context of the United Nations General Assembly meeting. The Haitian First Lady Ms. Sophia Martelly and the Dominican First Lady Cándida Montilla de Medina have talked and discussed on a number of issues concerning early childhood, teenage pregnancy and about a comprehensive disability care center in the Dominican Republic. Ms. Medina has invited Ms. Martelly to visit her office in the Dominican Republic to examine a series of initiatives that her office has undertaken. The meeting of these two First Ladies may clear the stormy relation between these two countries.
Sophia Martelly, First Lady of Haiti, visited a mobile health clinic in Petit-Goâve on Our Lady of the Assumption feast day. She remained for two days to show petit-goaviennes President Martelly cares about community health.
The new clinic is comprised of two consulting rooms, an on-site pharmacy, and a waiting area. Nearly 400 men, women, and children received no-charge wellness exams and prescription meds. Referrals were given to clients, whose conditions warranted further health services.