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[Video] Interview with Henry Boisrolin, of the Haitian Democratic Committee: “There’s no legitimacy in Jovenel Moïse: this is an electoral coup”
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[Video] Interview with Henry Boisrolin, of the Haitian Democratic Committee: “There’s no legitimacy in Jovenel Moïse: this is an electoral coup”

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By: María Torrellas / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / February 10, 2017 In a very lackluster ceremony, with almost no presence of international mandataries save a numerous delegation of US diplomats, Jovenel Moïse was appointed President of Haiti. But no media outlet reported that, at the same time, Haitian streets were […]

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Haiti – FLASH : Protesters parties refuse the results and harden their positions

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Source: Haiti Libre / The Dawn News / January 5, 2017 The 3 protesting parties “Pitit Dessalin” (Moïse Jean-Charles), LAPEH (Jude Célestin) and “Famni Lavalas” (Maryse Narcisse), do not recognize the victory of Jovenel Moïse according to the final results published by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19698-haiti-presidential-2016-final-results-jovenel-moise-58th-president.html they are hardening […]

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Uruguayan Troops will Remain in Haiti Until April 2017

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Source: Sputnik News / The Dawn News / December 23, 2016 The Uruguayan Senate approved the extension of the permanence of the country’s troops in Haiti until April 2017. After April 15, Uruguay’s mission will end. The decision to not remove the troops immediately is rejected by those who see […]

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Haiti: A Cursed Country?
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Haiti: A Cursed Country?

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By: Henry Wilno / Source: La Haine / The Dawn News / November 7, 2016 Not every aspect of the Haitian tragedy can be explained by the superior force of nature.If Haiti is a “cursed country”, imperialism and the local leading class are the main causes of this. The catastrophe […]

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Haiti: Elections are still in suspense
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Haiti: Elections are still in suspense

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Source: Noticias Aliadas / The Dawn News / May 21, 2016 Six months after the first round of elections, there is still uncertainty about the presidential elections. After being postponed on three different occasions, the second round of the presidential elections in Haiti were put off once again without setting […]

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Interview with Camille Chalmers: MINUSTAH is Not a Humanitarian Mission, it’s in Haiti to Help Recolonize the Whole Region
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Interview with Camille Chalmers: MINUSTAH is Not a Humanitarian Mission, it’s in Haiti to Help Recolonize the Whole Region

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By: Mario Hernández / Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / April 11, 2016. Mario Hernández interviewed Camille Chalmers, secretary of the Haitian Platform for the Defense of an Alternative Development (Plateforme Haïtienne de Plaidoyer pour un Développement Alternatif, PAPDA) and member of the Jubilee South/Americas. Mario Hernández: We are […]

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