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Francois Nicolas Duvalier Potential Candidate for President of Haiti

Francois Nicolas Duvalier Potential Candidate for President of Haiti

Wii he be a candidate in the next Haiti Presidential election? Can you imagine having one more Duvalier running the country of Haiti? François Nicolas Duvalier during a visit in Washington DC took the opportunity to meet several key personalities. Many people, including some of his friends, think he will run for President of Haiti in the next Presidential election that is to be taken place in 2022

In December 2013, when the news first came out that Francois Nicolas Duvalier, the son of former Haitian president Jean-Claude Duvalier and grandson of Francois Duvalier, is a possible candidate in the next Haitian election, people were skeptics of its authenticity. Recently during a visit in Washington DC in June 2018, Nicolas Duvalier met several friends and key personalities and expressed his desire to run for the president's office in the 2022 presidential election.

During in his recent trip to the United States, he talked to Voice of America and mentioned his individual vision based on republican values, his love for the country and desire to lead Haiti in a journey on development. He further added that to achieve this, he needs to hold an important responsible office with the power of a president. He believes, it is the best way to lead his countrymen towards prosperity--they have already suffered a lot.

His message has put the Lavalas in a state of panic and they announced that Nicola's candidacy for the 59th president would be nothing but an insult to the whole electoral democracy. However, history is there to judge whether it is correct to judge Nicolas by his ancestors' performance. Time will tell who was more dangerous for the country, the Duvalier dictatorship or Lavalas tyrannies.

After the fall of Duvaliers, during the 20 years of the Lavalas regime (1991 to 2011), their policy of "growth with equity" destroyed everything that Duvalier had left behind and Lavalas pushed the country 50 years back. The Duvaliers were never the only to have a past.

Nicolas was born in Haiti in 1986. When he was three years old, his family took exile in France. He came to Haiti in 2011, two months after the return of his late father. Since his return, he keeps himself busy with social work and agricultural projects. During the reign of Haitian President Michel Martelly, there was once a rumor that Nicholas was an advisor and consultant to President Martelly. He is presently a member of a new political party named "Patrayil". Nicolas has really an enormous task to prove that he has much better intention than his father.

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Francois-Nicolas Duvalier, grandson of Francois Duvalier

Francois-Nicolas Duvalier, grandson of Francois Duvalier

Here is a picture of the son of Former Haitian President Jean Claude Duvalier and the Grandson of Dr. Francois Duvalier.

Francois-Nicolas Duvalier wrote an article that was published on April 19, 2013 in the Haitian newspaper giving tribute to his grandfather, Francois Duvalier. He wrote "In memoriam Dr. Francois Duvalier, President for Life". Francois-Nicolas Duvalier is currently working in the government of Michel Martelly. This was published in Le Nouvelliste. The tribute to Former Haitian dictator Francois Duvalier received lots of reaction from many members of the Haitian population.

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Nicolas Duvalier at the Wake of his Father Jean Claude Duvalier

Nicolas Duvalier at the Wake of his Father Jean Claude Duvalier

Here is a picture of Nicolas Duvalier at the Wake of former Haitian Dictator Jean Claude Duvalier.

There are rumors that Nicholas is likely to hold the legacy of his father and grandfather. Some people already announced that Nicholas Duvalier will be a candidate at the next Presidential election in Haiti. This has created a sense of panic in the Lavalas camp, according to statements obtained by some.

François-Nicolas Duvalier is currently working as a consultant. We have non verified information that he is currently providing his services to the Martelly-Lamothe Government. The Martelly government has embraced an economic development program similar to one adopted by Jean Claude Duvalier in tourism

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Jean-Claude Duvalier And The VSN

Jean-Claude Duvalier And The VSN

Here is a picture of Jean-Claude Duvalier, wife Michele Bennett and his son.

Jean-Claude Duvalier governed Haiti for 15 years, from 1971 to 1986. He succeeded his father Francois Duvalier who died in office in 1971

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A new picture of Nicholas Duvalier, son of Jean Claude Duvalier

A new picture of Nicholas Duvalier, son of Jean Claude Duvalier

Here is a new picture of Francois Nicolas Duvalier in 2013.

When ever the Duvalier subject comes out in the open, you find people with strong opinion on it. Nicholas Duvalier is a Haitian just like any other Haitian. Do you think he has the right to run for a political position in Haiti?

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Francois, Jean-Claude Nicholas Duvalier

Francois, Jean-Claude Nicholas Duvalier

Here is a picture of the Duvalier Dynasty. From Francois Duvalier to jean-Claude Duvalier and now to Francois-Nicholas Duvalier. The Duvalier family has had over the years great influence and statue in the Haitian society. Francois and Jean-Claude Duvalier ruled Haiti for a number of years, Lately, according to the rumors, Francois-Nicholas Duvalier is also interested in politic and is likely to run for an elected position in the next election in Haiti

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Francois Nicolas Duvalier rumored to be in Michel Martelly Government

Francois Nicolas Duvalier rumored to be in Michel Martelly Government

Rumor has it that Francois Nicolas Duvalier, son of the former Haitian president, Jean Claude Duvalier is part of the government of Michel Martelly. According to Senator Moise Jean-Charles who announced on the popular radio show RAMASE. Many people are calling him Ti Nicolas Duvalier. The "Haitian Joudalist was unable to confirm the information, however, if it is true, it would represent a sign that all Haitians are now included in the future of Haiti. I personally think this would have been a great move for the Martelly government. It would be preferable for the martelly's government to go all the way by inviting some high level members of the Lavalas Party as well. More than anything, Haiti needs to reconcile with itself.

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