Haïti-Pédophilie : Le Ministre Evans Lescouflair, toujours sur le banc des accusés.- (Texte Retrouvé – 10 oct. 2010)

January 25, 2015
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Haïti-Pédophilie : Le Ministre Evans Lescouflair, toujours sur le banc des  accusés.- (Texte Retrouvé – 10 oct. 2010)

Par Cyrus Sibert, Cap-Haïtien, Haïti. Radio Souvenir FM, 106.1 : souvenirfm@yahoo. fr Le Ré.Cit. (Réseau Citadelle) : www.reseaucitadelle.blogspot.com Personne ne saura la vérité sur les accusations de viol et de pédophilie portées contre le Ministre Evans Lescouflair par M. Dor et d’attouchement sexuel sur son neveu de 16 ans. Le classement sans suite du...
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Haiti progresses toward organizing crucial elections

January 25, 2015
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Haiti progresses toward organizing crucial elections

Published on January 22, 2015 by Joseph Guyler C. Delva HCNN PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (HCNN) — Haiti has now moved closer to organizing crucial elections with the imminent installation of new provisional electoral council and with Haitian president Michel Martelly having the authority to issue an executive order to declare elections in the absence of...
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MonLes priorités d’Haïti et de la Diaspora au 114em Congres des Etats Unis par Stanley Lucas

January 25, 2015
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MonLes priorités d’Haïti et de la Diaspora au 114em Congres des Etats Unis par Stanley Lucas

January 25, 2015 Au sein du système politique américain les élus prêtent toujours attention aux attentes de leurs constituants. Dans ce système les groupes d’intérêts font des démarches (lobby) auprès des élus pour les éduquer en vue d’obtenir ce qu’ils veulent. Demain Mardi 6 Janvier 2015 un nouveau Congres rentrera en fonction aux Etats...
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Visualizing Haiti’s new and improving health landscape-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

January 25, 2015
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Visualizing Haiti’s new and improving health landscape-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

humanosphere.org 0 Children walk in a settlement north of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Life is still a struggle in Haiti, the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere, but such settlements offer a measure of freedom and improved living conditions compared to the city. AP By Lauren Hashiguchi, special to Humanosphere Five years after a massive earthquake...
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Former Deputy Alexis attending Corruption Case against Felix Bautista-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

January 25, 2015
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Former Deputy Alexis attending Corruption Case against Felix Bautista-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

zoelando.com SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (defend.ht) – Former Deputy Jean Tholbert Alexis is assisting in the trial of Dominican Senator Felix Bautista whose firms received more than $325 million by the Martelly regime which is alleged to have received millions in kickbacks for contracts. Bautista is accused of gross embezzlement, falsification and concealment...
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TSUNAMI WARNING!!

January 24, 2015
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TSUNAMI WARNING!!

January 24, 2015 MICHAEL COLLINS The seizure of all Senator  Felix Bautista’s http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F%C3%A9lix_Bautista assets, in the Dominican Republic, and ongoing legal action, is the earthquake that will create a devastating Tsunami – sweeping towards the National Palace – and beyond.  Presidents Rene Preval and Michel Martelly, bridged by Martelly’s cousin Max Bellerive, and accompanied...
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International leaders battle perception of bias in Haiti

January 23, 2015
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International leaders battle perception of bias in Haiti

Analysis: UN Security Council arrives in Haiti to press for resolution to political crisis, but faces skepticism January 23, 2015 3:00PM ET by Benedict Moran Al Jazeera PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — After more than a month of opposition street protests aimed at forcing the resignation of President Michel Martelly, who is now ruling by decree,...
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UN Security Council members arrive in Haiti for 3-day visit amid nation’s political gridlock

January 23, 2015
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UN Security Council members arrive in Haiti for 3-day visit amid nation’s political gridlock

Article by: Associated Press PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — U.N. Security Council members arrived Friday in Haiti for a three-day visit aimed in part at urging the government to hold long-delayed municipal and legislative elections. Representatives of the council’s 15 member states are expected to meet with President Michel Martelly and other officials. Martelly began ruling...
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Thousands Demonstrate as President Martelly Installs De Facto Prime Minister Evans Paul

January 23, 2015
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Thousands Demonstrate as President Martelly Installs De Facto Prime Minister Evans Paul

By Thomas Péralte Global Research, January 22, 2015 Haïti Liberté 21 January 2015 Since coming to power on May 14, 2011, President Michel Martelly has managed to avoid holding elections in Haiti. This has brought on a political crisis that is upending Haiti’s democratic institutions and people’s daily lives. It has resulted in a...
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Preservationists fight to save Haiti’s gingerbread homes

January 23, 2015
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Preservationists fight to save Haiti’s gingerbread homes

In this Jan. 16, 2015 photo, a worker prepares a brick to be used in an earthquake damaged “gingerbread house,” during restoration work in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Local craftsmen working for the Haitian nonprofit Knowledge & Freedom Foundation, or FOKAL, are learning how to restore the homes to their former splendor. Since masonry and carpentry...
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OPPOSITION MAKE AN ONGOING EFFORT TO DESTABILIZE DEMOCRACY WITHOUT REALLY PRESENTING ANY ALTERNATIVE

January 22, 2015
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OPPOSITION MAKE AN ONGOING EFFORT TO DESTABILIZE DEMOCRACY WITHOUT REALLY PRESENTING ANY ALTERNATIVE

Cher Canadien, Vous recevez ce message parce que vous vous êtes inscrits auprès du MAECD à l’aide du système d’inscription des Canadiens à l’étranger. Nous vous saurions gré de bien vouloir faire part de l’information suivante à tous les citoyens canadiens se trouvant dans votre région. Nous avons reçu de l’information concernant une manifestation...
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Haiti politically motivated armed gang vows to attack government targets, police

January 22, 2015
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Haiti politically motivated armed gang vows to attack government targets, police

Published on January 21, 2015 by Joe Colas (author) HCNN Haiti Police Chief, Godson Orelus Cap-Haitien, Jan. 20 (HCNN) — Haitian police authorities said on Tuesday that a politically motivated armed group in the northern part of Haiti vows to attack government targets, while the Caribbean country’s leader strives to solve a political impasse...
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CAREL ALEXANDRE – MARTELLY’S REPEATED FAUX PAS THAT SEES AMERICAN AMBASSADOR PAMELA WHITE’S KNICKERS TWISTED

January 21, 2015
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CAREL ALEXANDRE – MARTELLY’S REPEATED FAUX PAS THAT SEES AMERICAN AMBASSADOR PAMELA WHITE’S KNICKERS TWISTED

January 20, 2015 MICHAEL COLLINS: One must wonder about the mental functions of Haiti’s First Couple, Sophia and Michel Martelly. I put Sophia’s name first since she is the one who seems to be calling the shots that will see President Martelly’s promising term in in office, turned into a pile of criminal fatrah...
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Five Years After: Cruising Up An Uncrowded Coast In Haiti

January 21, 2015
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Five Years After: Cruising Up An Uncrowded Coast In Haiti

This is the last of several posts on Haiti as a developing tourist destination since the 2010 earthquake. For new hotel options and touring the capital Port-au-Prince, see last week’s earlier posts here, here and here. The secret beach, or hidden resort are tropes of the travel world. It’s a safe bet to say, however, that a stretch of Haiti’s coast...
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18 ministres (4 femmes) et 16 secrétaires d’Etat (2 femmes) dans le gouvernement Evans Paul

January 21, 2015
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18 ministres (4 femmes) et 16 secrétaires d’Etat (2 femmes) dans le gouvernement Evans Paul

Cérémonie d’investiture du nouveau Cabinet ministériel ce Lundi 19 janvier 2015 au Palais National Ronald Colbert En accord avec le président Joseph Michel Martelly et conformément à la Constitution, le premier ministre « de facto » Evans Paul a formé son gouvernement dit de consensus, selon les informations rassemblées par l’agence en ligne AlterPresse....
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Agriculture is the heart and soul of Haiti. We are a nation of farmers

January 20, 2015
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Agriculture is the heart and soul of Haiti. We are a nation of farmers

Earlier this week Timote Georges, co-founder with me of the Smallholder Farmers Alliance, wrote an inspiring blog for the Clinton Foundation as part of their observance of the fifth anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti: Agriculture: The Heart of Haiti Agriculture is the heart and soul of Haiti. We are a nation of farmers, with...
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Formation du Cabinet ministériel

January 19, 2015
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Formation du Cabinet ministériel

Dimanche 18 Janvier 2014 : Le Secrétariat Général de la Présidence informe la population en général  que le Premier ministre,  en accord avec le Président de la République, a procédé, ce dimanche 18 Janvier 2015, conformément à la Constitution, à la formation du Cabinet ministériel. Le citoyen Yves Germain JOSEPH est nommé Ministre de la Planification...
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Venezuela president receives parade amid looming crisis

January 18, 2015
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Venezuela president receives parade amid looming crisis

CARACS, Venezuela (AP) — President Nicolas Maduro was greeted by the Venezuelan equivalent of a ticker tape parade Saturday as he returned to an increasingly stricken economy from a two-week fundraising trip. Crowds of government supporters danced to live salsa, clutched brightly colored balloons and cheered as the socialist leader and former bus driver...
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Haiti: New calls for Martelly to resign as deal is announced

January 18, 2015
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Haiti: New calls for Martelly to resign as deal is announced

Demonstrators carried posters with the picture of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide Thousands of protesters in Haiti have returned to the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, to call for President Michel Martelly’s resignation. Police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse the crowd. Mr Martelly urged protesters to keep order and said he had...
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Haiti former leader banned from leaving country, under investigation for corruption, drug trafficking

January 18, 2015
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Haiti former leader banned from leaving country, under investigation for corruption, drug trafficking

January 16,2015 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (HCNN) – Haiti’s former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide has been prohibited from leaving the Caribbean country as relevant judicial authorities resumed a criminal inquiry into cases of corruption, misappropriation of public funds and drug trafficking blamed on Aristide during his presidency between 2001 and 2004, HCNN learned on Wednesday. Aristide and...
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