Here is a press conference give by Jean-Bertrand Aristide denied Passport request to return to Haiti. He was accompanied by his wife Mildred Aristide
Jean-Bertrand Aristide said: I am ready to leave today, tomorrow, at any time . He said that in light of the suffering of the Haitian people after the 2010 earthquake, his place is in Haiti to Help.
Here is a picture of Jean-Bertrand Aristide and wife Mildred Aristide after their press conference. They were both denied Passport request to return to Haiti.
On January 19, 2010, three days after the surprise return of Jean-Claude Duvalier in Haiti, Aristide wants the same treatment.
Here is a picture of the US force that accompanied Jean-Bertrand Aristide in Haiti after his first exile to the United States. He is accused for allowing Foreign troops to come to haiti. In the past, Jean-Bertrand was very vocal against foreign countries into Haiti.
He became a leading figure in the Ti Legliz movement when he was a Catholic priest
Here is a picture taken of Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive on the return of Jean-Claude duvalier in haiti. Bellrive who represents the Haitian government did not say much about the return.
Foreign government reaction to the return of Jean-Claude was that of a surprise. The French government that was supposed to be aware of the return stated that they were unaware of the return until Jean-Claude landed in Haiti. They denied any allegation of complicity on their part.
Here is a picture of former Haitian leader Jean Claude Duvalier in a crowd of Law students in Gonaives as they were in the process of receiving their diploma.
He was invited by the faculty leader to be part of the graduating class in December, 2011.
The selection of former president Jean Claude Duvalier did now seat well with many who thought that the former leader does not deserve that. Cean Claude Duvalier was accused by many of his victims. They would want him to stand on trial instead for the crimes that took place on his watch
Here is a picture of Jean-Claude Duvalier as he was taken by Haitian officials for interrogation.
Since the return of Duvalier to Haiti, Human Rights groups have become vocal in asking for justice for the victims of the Duvalier regime. They want Jean-Claude Duvalier to be held accountable for crimes committed by his father and himself