DAILY REPORTS-Direct From Haiti

DAILY REPORTS, Direct From Haiti

Haitian President Michel Joseph Martelly plays soccer in Little Haiti

July 19, 2014
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Haitian President Michel Joseph Martelly plays soccer in Little Haiti

Soccer match at Mano Sanon Soccer Park LITTLE HAITI, Fla. - Haitian President Michel Joseph Martelly played soccer with Miami politicians and Haitian-American officials in Miami’s Little Haiti Friday night. City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Commission Vice-Chair Keon Hardeman hosted the game that began about 7 p.m. at the Emmanuel “Manno” Sanon...
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EVENS PAUL AND NANCY ROC CRITICISE THE COST OF THE MARTELLY/ LAMOTHE PRESENTATION – “GOUVENMAN LAKAY OU” – IN MIAMI – AS THEY ACCEPTED ARISTIDE’S MONEY TO PUT HAITI IN ITS PRESENT SITUATION

July 16, 2014
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EVENS PAUL AND NANCY ROC CRITICISE THE COST OF THE MARTELLY/ LAMOTHE PRESENTATION  – “GOUVENMAN LAKAY OU” – IN MIAMI – AS THEY ACCEPTED ARISTIDE’S MONEY TO PUT HAITI IN ITS PRESENT SITUATION

July 20, 2014 Haiti is too quick to forget past outrages! We must remember that it was Evens Paul who, as Mayor of Port-au-Prince, put the mob on the streets at 11 A.M. election day, 1990 as the French ambassador announced Aristide’s victory, many hours before the polling stations were scheduled to close. Pity...
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MARIE-CARMELLE JEAN-MARIE, MINISTER OF ECONOMY & FINANCE RESIGNS IN PREPARATION FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDACY

July 12, 2014
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MARIE-CARMELLE JEAN-MARIE, MINISTER OF ECONOMY & FINANCE RESIGNS IN PREPARATION FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDACY

July 9, 2014 Marie-Carmelle Jean-Marie has resigned – again – this time in preparation for a campaign to become President of Haiti or, at the minimum, Provisional President of some sort of governmental structure, supported by certain American elements that have also favored the return of Garry Conille. Watch for interesting developments. Things are...
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Ne faîtes pas ça, Madame la Ministre!

July 12, 2014
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Ne faîtes pas ça, Madame la Ministre!

Dans l’ univers magique de la politique haïtienne,rires et sourires semblent des signes annonciateurs d’évènements comme la tempête. On se souvient de ceux de l’Etat-Major, suivis du coup d’état contre Leslie F. Manigat. Aujourd’hui, on enregistre ceux du Ministre de l’Economie et des Finances, Marie Carmel Jean Marie, a l’intronisation du Cabinet Ministériel, charriant...
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KIDNAPPING IS STARTING AS MOVE TO EMBARRASS MARTELLY-LAMOTHE GOVERNMENT- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

July 7, 2014
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KIDNAPPING IS STARTING AS MOVE TO EMBARRASS MARTELLY-LAMOTHE GOVERNMENT- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

ROCOURT DAUGHTER GRABBED AT PELERIN 5 THIS MORNING __________________________________________________________________ COMMENT: HAITIAN-TRUTH.ORG The kidnapped girl was an American citizen. Within a few hours the kidnappers were arrested at a Rue Capois address. Kidnap an American and you are instantly in trouble. The embassy has telephone tracking capabilities that are frightening!! Without the use of a...
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New cardinal brings happiness and visibility to Haiti

July 4, 2014
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New cardinal brings happiness and visibility to Haiti

Cardinal Chibly Langlois (Jim McManus) Jim McManus |  Jul. 4, 2014 In February, Bishop Chibly Langlois of Les Cayes, Haiti, became the 215-year-old island nation’s first Roman Catholic cardinal. It was a move that surprised many because Langlois was not an archbishop, had not spent much time outside Haiti, and, at 55, is relatively...
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New nuncio to U.N. is Filipino prelate who helped quake-struck Haiti

July 3, 2014
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New nuncio to U.N. is Filipino prelate who helped quake-struck Haiti

On: 7/3/2014,  By Carol Glatz , In: World Archbishop Bernardito Auza, papal nuncio to Haiti, poses for a photo after the 2010 earthquake outside his residence near Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Archbishop Auza was named head of the Holy See Observer Mission to the U.N. (CNS photo/Bob Roller) Share this article: VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope...
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