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Multiple Scandals in Haiti Expose Weakness of Current Development Model – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

August 14, 2015
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Multiple Scandals in Haiti Expose Weakness of Current Development Model – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

TRNN’s Jessica Desvarieux explores the root cause of the scandals involving USAID and the American Red Cross, and looks at whether there is a way to get donations directly to local communities with accountability. –   August 14, 2015 JESSICA DESVARIEUX, PRODUCER, TRNN: When the earthquake in Haiti hit more than five years ago,...
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UN must step up, apologize, and help drive cholera from Haiti

August 13, 2015
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UN must step up, apologize, and help drive cholera from Haiti

Between March and June of 2012, an oral cholera vaccine was distributed in the Artibonite Valley region of Haiti. By The Editorial Board August 12, 2015 When an earthquake ravaged Haiti in 2010, rescue workers from all over the world responded with medicine, food, and supplies for rebuilding. Unfortunately, a crew of United Nations...
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Ban Fires UN Peacekeeping Chief in Central African Republic

August 12, 2015
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Ban Fires UN Peacekeeping Chief in Central African Republic

UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. chief has fired the head of the U.N. peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic over the force’s handling of dozens of sexual and other misconduct allegations, including rape and killing, in the year and a half of its existence. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, speaking with unusual force, said Wednesday he...
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Observers criticize unruly Haiti elections

August 11, 2015
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Observers criticize unruly Haiti elections

Port-au-Prince (AFP) – International observers and Haitian human rights groups on Tuesday sharply criticized the country’s violence-marred legislative elections as poorly policed and organized. At least two people were killed during voting Sunday that was disrupted by attacks and other problems that forced the early closure of at least 26 polling centers. Pierre Esperance,...
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Des actes d’intimidation, de violences et de fraudes électorales ont été enregistrés dans au moins 50 % des centres de vote – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

August 11, 2015
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Des actes d’intimidation, de violences et de fraudes électorales ont été enregistrés dans au moins 50 % des centres de vote – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Que le CEP se méfie de « tous ceux qui lui affirment que tout s’est bien passé » ! Un réseau de 1500 observateurs met en garde le Conseil électoral provisoire (Cep) contre les considérations faisant croire que le premier tour du scrutin législatif du 9 août s’est bien déroulé. Le Réseau National de Défense...
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Migrants returning to Haiti from Dominican Republic struggle to find a place back home

August 11, 2015
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Migrants returning to Haiti from Dominican Republic struggle to find a place back home

Published August 12, 2015 Fox News Latino The growing encampments on the Haitian side of the border, which lack water, electricity or other services, are starting to resemble the squalid settlements that emerged following the devastating January 2010 earthquake, though they remain far smaller. ANSE-A-PITRES, Haiti (AP) –  Thousands of Haitians and people of...
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Haiti’s First Election In Four Years Rocked With Violence And Low Turnout -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

August 10, 2015
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Haiti’s First Election In Four Years Rocked With Violence And Low Turnout -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Haiti’s parliament dissolved in January after scheduled legislative elections in 2011 and 2014 were canceled. By Peter Granitz Posted: 08/09/2015 09:06 PM EDT PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Aug 9 (Reuters) – Haitians voted Sunday for the first time in four years in a test of stability for an impoverished country continually rocked by political turmoil. Men...
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AND IT HAPPENED AGAIN!!!2010 REVISITED AS OPONT STEALS ELECTION 2015!!!AFTER ADMITTING HE STOLE 2010!!

August 10, 2015
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AND IT HAPPENED AGAIN!!!2010 REVISITED AS OPONT STEALS ELECTION 2015!!!AFTER ADMITTING HE STOLE 2010!!

Pierre Louis Opont And The Imposed 2010 Election Results July 2, 2015 In an interview with Valery Numa of Radio Vision 2000 on July 2, 2015, the actual President of the CEP, Mr. Pierre Louis Opont stated publicly as he has done in the past that the election results on the first round were...
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WHAT CHANCE DO THE POOR PEOPLE OF HAITI HAVE WHEN MINUSTAH CHIEF SANDRA HONORE SAYS ELECTIONS 99.9% GOOD!!! WE PREDICTED SOMETHING LIKE THIS BUT NOT 99.9% FOR THE CRIMINAL DISASTER WE EXPERIENCED AUGUST 9.

August 9, 2015
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WHAT CHANCE DO THE POOR PEOPLE OF  HAITI HAVE WHEN MINUSTAH CHIEF   SANDRA HONORE SAYS ELECTIONS 99.9% GOOD!!! WE PREDICTED SOMETHING LIKE THIS BUT NOT 99.9% FOR THE CRIMINAL DISASTER WE EXPERIENCED AUGUST 9.

1745 August 9, 2015 Special Representative of the Secretary General, and Head of the Mission Sandra Honore has added insult to injury by making statements to the effect that the criminally flawed election, we have just experienced, was 99.9% acceptable. Just about anything that could go wrong, went wrong, at least once…. Sometimes dozens...
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Disorder Rife as Haitians Vote in Long-Delayed Elections

August 9, 2015
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Disorder Rife as Haitians Vote in Long-Delayed Elections

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haitians were electing legislators to Parliament Sunday after a yearslong wait, but the vote was plagued with delays, disorder and occasional fistfights and rock throwing. The legislative elections had been postponed for nearly four years due to a political showdown between Haiti’s executive and opposition, and they have been billed as...
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Haitians wade through disorder to vote in legislative elections

August 9, 2015
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Haitians wade through disorder to vote in legislative elections

Voting had been postponed for nearly four years 1st round seeks to fill two-thirds of 30-member Senate, entire 99-Chamber of Deputies Some polls had no ballots a few hours after voting was supposed to start early Sunday 3 centers were shut down after fights broke out, other irregularities 1 of 6 A girl plays...
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Elections in Haiti tense; voting at 3 centers shut down, others slow to open

August 9, 2015
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Elections in Haiti tense; voting at 3 centers shut down, others slow to open

Voters outside a school, Hermann Heraux, in Port-Au-Prince where young men are preventing the vote from happening, accusing the supervisor of being partisan in favor of supporters of President Michel Martelly. JACQUELINE CHARLES Miami Herald Staff BY JACQUELINE CHARLES jcharles@MiamiHerald.com PORT-AU-PRINCE Voting got off to a slow start Sunday as Haiti finally held its...
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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY DOES NOT WANT HAITIANS TO VOTE!!! WILL DICTATE FRAUDULENT RESULT – AGAIN: HERE IS THE PLAN

August 9, 2015
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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY DOES NOT WANT HAITIANS TO VOTE!!! WILL DICTATE FRAUDULENT RESULT – AGAIN: HERE IS THE PLAN

1012 AM  August 9, 2015 We have just watched RTNH National Television as it showed the disastrous situation at major voting locations. The streets outside are knee deep with scattered votes. The interior has ballots thrown all over the place. Stacks of fresh ballots sitting there, unprotected. This particular location was attacked by Chimere....
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March planned in solidarity with Haitians expelled from Dominican Republic

August 9, 2015
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March planned in solidarity with Haitians expelled from Dominican Republic

Presse Canadienne Published on: August 8, 2015 | Last Updated: August 8, 2015 3:09 PM EDT A man holds a Haitian flag in Port-au-Prince on January 13, 2014. HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP/Getty Images A march was planned for Saturday afternoon in Montreal to denounce the decision of the Dominican Republic to deport Haitians and Dominicans...
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SUSPICIOUS!!!! – MANDATES PREPARED FOR TET KALE, BOUCLIER, KID, AND VERITE THEN CEP “RAN OUT OF INK”… MANDATES REQUIRED TO GAIN ACCESS TO VOTING LOCATIONS.

August 9, 2015
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SUSPICIOUS!!!! – MANDATES PREPARED FOR TET KALE, BOUCLIER, KID, AND VERITE THEN CEP “RAN OUT OF INK”… MANDATES REQUIRED TO GAIN ACCESS TO VOTING LOCATIONS.

August 8, 2015- Updated Aug 9 Polling stations will open in less than 12 hours and there are many loose ends that will never be completed in time for the voting cycle. A major explosion must follow! Printed Mandates are required to gain access to the nation’s 1500 voting stations. The CEP has known...
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WITH CLOSING OF POLLS – HAITI WILL STILL BE WAITING FOR FREE-AND-FAIR ELECTION PROMISED IN 1986! 2015 MAJOR MARTELLY/MINUSTAH FRAUD

August 9, 2015
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WITH CLOSING OF POLLS – HAITI WILL STILL BE WAITING FOR FREE-AND-FAIR ELECTION PROMISED IN 1986!  2015 MAJOR MARTELLY/MINUSTAH FRAUD

0830 August 9, 2015 As expected, the Martelly elections have started off as a disaster, with the first signs last night, as dissatisfied people attacked voting locations, burned MINUSTAH and CEP vehicles. Voter turnout very, very, very low!! This won’t bother Martelly, MINUSTAH, or CEP who already have the results set in stone. Should...
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HAITI IS STILL WAITING FOR DEMOCRACY – A POST GRADUATE COURSE IN CORRUPTION!!

August 8, 2015
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HAITI IS STILL WAITING FOR DEMOCRACY – A POST GRADUATE COURSE IN CORRUPTION!!

August 4, 2015 With Duvalier’s  departure, in February, 1986 Haitians were promised Democracy, even though most could not spell the word. One week after the Duvalier’s  flight, people were marching in Champs de Mars chanting… “We have had Democracy for a week. Where is the food? Where are the jobs??” No comprehension of what...
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WHEN IS ENOUGH ENOUGH??!! MARTELLY CORTEGE, WITH MARTELLY PRESENT, INTERCEPTS CANDIDATE’S VEHICLE, BEATS OCCUPANTS AND DESTROYS CAR!!

August 8, 2015
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WHEN IS ENOUGH ENOUGH??!! MARTELLY CORTEGE, WITH MARTELLY PRESENT, INTERCEPTS CANDIDATE’S VEHICLE, BEATS OCCUPANTS AND DESTROYS CAR!!

August 8, 2015 Tension are high! Expectations for  any sort of  fairness low! Martelly is doing everything, and anything possible to steal the vote, controlling Haiti’s future via surrogates. First move saw him derail his ex-Prime Minister- Laurent Lamothe’s candidacy, by withholding a financial discharge, while accepting the candidacies of an assortment including kidnappers,...
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Haiti elections: A critical test for country, police force

August 8, 2015
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Haiti elections: A critical test for country, police force

A convoy of U.N. police officers rolled into the seaside village of Jacmel just days before Haiti’s critical elections to restore parliament, three years after they were do. The U.N. has deployed its police officers across the country to shore up Haiti’s National Police force, which is taking the security lead. Jacqueline Charles Miami...
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Haiti Nears Vote in Long-delayed Legislative Election

August 7, 2015
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Haiti Nears Vote in Long-delayed Legislative Election

A wall is plastered with campaign posters of political candidates in the commune of Delmas, Port-au-Prince, on Aug. 5, 2015. Associated Press August 07, 2015 11:01 AM PORT-AU-PRINCE—After years of false starts and blown deadlines, Haitians are set to vote in the first legislative elections in more than three years on Sunday in a...
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