Here is a picture of Michel Martelly who is the president elect of Haiti.
In the Meeting with U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, the Haitian Joudalist was informed that Michel Martelly lay down the three biggest priorities for his government. That includes: education, building homes for people currently living in tents, and Haiti agricultural.
Photo provided by Ms. Kettly Saintfleur of Facebook.com
Here is the copy of a check issued to Stanley Lucas by the Haitian Embassy in New York for his ongoing propaganda work for the government of Michel Martelly. This check that was discovered by Radio host and news investigator Valery Numa was issued to Stanley Lucas on December 30, 2015 by the Haitian Embassy in New York City.
According to Valery Numa, initially Stanley Lucas was receiving his regular salary for doing his propaganda work for the Martelly government directly from the Haitian embassy in Washington. this was later changed to have the checks coming instead from the Haitian embassy in New York City.
Here is a picture of Haiti Prime Minister Evans Paul with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Washington D.C.
Paul Evans, the Haitian Prime Minister accompanying Godson Orélus, the CEO of the PNH and Mr. Fritz Jean-Louis, his Delegate Minister of on election matters, reached Washington DC (USA), on a three day tour (September 16 to 18). He had a packed well prepared agenda with him for his U.S tour. He had to attend the forum of the Black Caucus Foundation, to meet the U.S Secretary of State John Kerry and discuss the importance and his administration's ability to hold a fair, free and credible election in Haiti. As the Organization of American States (OAS) is actively observing the Haitian election, the Prime Minister visited its headquarters and met the honorable Luis Leonardo Almagro Lemes (Uruguay), the Secretary General and Ambassador Nestor Mendes (Belize), the Assistant Secretary General of OAS, respectively.
Here is a picture of US Secretary of State John Karry with Haitian President Michel Martelly on February 5, 2014. This was during a visit of the Haitian President, his first after three years in office.
President Barack Obama will be meeting with the Haitian Presidend
to discuss issues related to Haiti's economic and political future.
In addition, the U.S. is interested in the political stability of Haiti and will support free, fair elections
Some of the Legislative and local elections in Haiti have been delayed for more than two years.