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Here is Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe with two two young children.
Prime Minister Lamothe Accomplished and Energetic
Former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe was born August 14, 1972 in Port-au-Prince, member of a cultured and educated family. After completing his basic education in Haiti, he earned a political science degree in Miami at Barry University (1996). He continued on to graduate school at Miami's Saint Thomas University and achieved his master's in business management.
After completing his studies he launched Global Voice Group, a telecommunications company, which has achieved international prominence as a foremost provider of technological solutions. His contributions to the telecommunications industry soon earned him a nomination in an entrepreneur-of- the-year category.
This is a picture of the Haitian former Prime Minister, Gérard Latortue. He was born in the city of Gonaives on June 19, 1934
He became Prime minister March 12, 2004 following the removal of President Jean Bertrand Aristide from power. In February 2004, according to some, the country experienced a coup d'état and new Prime Minister Gerard Latortue was selected by the Council and appointed head of the interim government
The leading opposition furing his administration came from the Fanmi Lavalas political party. An election took place on February 7, 2006. In June 2006, Gerard Latortue was succeeded by Jacques-Édouard Alexis.
This is the former Prime Minister of Haiti, Robert Malval.
He was born on July 11, 1943 in Port-au-Prince and became prime minister from August 30, 1993 to November 8, 1994.
Robert Malval is an industrialist and business leader who was appointed Prime Minister by former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. He was not able to govern as he was appointed Prime minister in the objective to solve a crisis at the time between the Army-backed presidency of Emile Jonassaint and Jean Bertrand Aristide. Robert Malval was not successful and was obligated to resign after a short period of time
Here is a picture of former Haitian Prime Minister, Jean Marie Chérestal. He was Prime Minister of Haïti From March 2, 2001 To January 21, 2002.
Haiti's 10th Prime Minister served for just ten months before the controversy became publicly known and his continuance as Prime Minister was moot. The decline of the country's economy during his tenure was the main reason for his short administration. There were also accusations that Chérestal had mismanaged the economy
Michele Pierre-Louis was Haiti's second female Prime Minister. The first Haitian Female Prime Minister was Claudette Werleigh.
Michele Pierre-Louis was Prime Minister of Haiti from September 2008 to November 2009. She was Haiti's second female Prime Minister, after Claudette Werleigh, who served from 1995 to 1996.
Prime Minister nominee Michele Pierre-Louis was rumored to be a lesbian. She was allowed to hold the post of Prime Minister, after reading a public statement declaring the rumors to be false and an insult to her good character.
Haiti's Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe as decided to call it a quit by resigning.
Lamothe Replacement needs Parliament Approval by January 11th
Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe has decided to resign after being asked by President Martelly to step down. He will leave with other government ministers as recommended by the Consultative Commission (CC). Lamothe said in his resignation speech, during his time in office the ". . . country has undergone a deep and dynamic transformation . . . in benefit of its people" President Martelly said he has welcomed the CC's recommendation of Lamothe's replacement, but will confer with senior officials to come to a consensus about who will replace him.
The resignation of Lamothe will make the present political stalemate more difficult to unravel: Parliament must approve the new prime minister, and no one knows if a replacement can be nominated soon enough should Parliament need to be disbanded.
A former finance Minister under Jean-Claude Duvalier, Mark Louis Bazin attempted to fight corruption under Duvalier but admitted thath he was unsuccessful.
During the Aristide era, Mr. Bazin was considered the one who could get the country out of its problem.
He was considered the favorite candidate for the international community and and acceptable alternative to Aristide by the Haitian elite.