jean bertrand aristide
Here is a picture of Former president Jean Bertrand Aristide and Rony Timothe, one of the leaders of MOPOD. Both are in opposition to the Government of Michel Martelly.
On September 16, 2014, Rony Timothe MOPOD and several leaders in the opposition are expected to pay a visit to Jean Bertrand Aristide at his residence as a sign of solidarity.
According to a recent order issued by Judge Lamarre Belizaire, the former Haitian President has been put on House Arrest to determine his involvement in an ongoing criminal investigation into corruption and drug trafficking allegations,
Under the order from Judge Lamarre Belizaire, no one is allowed to visit the former president unless they receive explicit approval from the Judge.
Haitian Caribbean News Network, a pro Government news site has reported that Former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide has been placed under house arrest. Also from the same source, the residence of former Haitian leader located in Tabarre will now be guarded by agents of the prison administration (APENA). Also, based on the last order issued by Judge Lamarre Belizaire, the perimeter of the residence will be under the control of the Central Directorate of the Judicial Police (DCPJ ).
Haitian Caribbean News Network also reported that from now on, only Judge Lamarre Belizaire could authorize anyone to visit Jean-Bertrand Aristide, in his residence in Tabarre.
Pawol Pale, Pawol Komprann!
Mezanmi, me sa ke mwin tande: Non selman ke Jean Bertrand Aristide pa ka pati kite peyi-a, konyè-a, li pa kapab kite lakay li non plis. Sa ponko fini. Li paka recevwa moun lakay li non plis si Jij Lamarre Belizaire pa aprouve.
Se yon sel ti problem mwin jinyin ak tout sa se sous koze yo. Koze sa soti nan sit web Haitian-Caribbean News Network ki ape dirije pa Guyler C. Delva. Anpil moun di ke Guy ape travay pou Gouvenman-an
In Haiti's South Department lies the beauty of Port-Salut. The town was the birth place of former President, Aristide, and Prime Minister, Cherestal.
World Tourist Development has ignored the potential of Port-Salut to offer more than silver-sand beaches. It needs eco-tourists to discover its flora- and fauna-proliferated terrain.
Now that the Diaspora has been awakened to Port-Salut's potential as a tourist magnet, it is the government's obligation to help Port-Salut increase its tourism.
According to a report on January 17, 2014 According to Radio Kiskeya.com, a judge concluded that total of nine people were implicated in the death of journalist Jean Dominique; one of which, Former Senator Mirlande Libérus Pavert who was former head of the Aristide Foundation for Democracy. According to the report, Mirlande Libérus Pavert was the intellectual author of the assassination. Other named listed in the assassination include: Voodoo priestess Annette Auguste, aka Sô Ann, Gabriel Harold Severe, Anette Augustre, Gepsie Milien, Markenton Michel, Jean Daniel Jeudy, Jean Mercidieu Toussaint and Merite Milien
Here is a picture of the Wedding of Jean Bertrand Aristide with Mildred Trouillot.
In Haitian wedding Tradition, Knowledge about and invitation to a Haitian wedding, as still practiced in the countryside but not so much in busier, more populace areas where you don't necessarily know your neighbor, is spread through the grapevine. The wedding day is like a community event and can consist of much singing and a lengthy sermon from the pastor. While there is no cake cutting, there are plenty of the popular foods passed around for all attendants to partake of.
Here is a picture of Jean Bertrand Aristide. For the funeral of Nelson Mandela that took place in December 2013, the Haitian president Michel Martelly along with several members of his cabinet went to South Africa to participate in that extraordinary event.
The government of Martelly-Lamothe received some critics however for not inviting the former Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide to accompany him at the funeral.
This is a picture of the leader of South Africa, Nelson Mandela and the former president of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
It is important to compare these two leaders as many people believe that Jean Bertrand Aristide had the opportunity to become a leader at the magnitude of Nelson Mandela but was unable to capitalize on it
Here is a picture attempting to reconstruct the new structure of the Fanmi Lavalas following the open conflict between Maryse Narcisse and Moise Jean Charles.
To many political analysts, it appears that the Fanmi Lavalas party has been split into two important groups: Baz Lavalas and the Lavalas Hierarchy. These two groups can be useful useful and important in helping Fanmi Lavalas get back to power
This is something that many supporters of the Martelly regime would want you to believe. They thing that all these recent demonstrations in the streets or positions taken by some prominent leaders have something to do with the Lavalas regime.
Some as a matter of fact even accused the Lavalas leader of paying some Senators or Deputies for manifesting publicly against the current government
Now do you think that Jean Bertrand Aristide has anything to do with the public protests that have been growing recently?
Is this possible? At least this is the question that many people in Haiti are asking. The Reunion of Jean Claude Duvalier and Jean Bertrand Aristide.
In his message to the Haitian population during the anniversary of his second year in office, President Martelly stated that this is something that he wants and sill working to make it possible: a meeting between Jean Claude Duvalier and Jean Bertrand Aristide.
Do you think it will be possible.
Politically, is it in the best interest of Jean Bertrand Aristide or the Lavalas Party to meet with Jean Claude Duvalier