Haiti Politique - Haitian Politics

Jean-Claude Duvalier in Jacmel Haiti to Launch his Political Party

Jean-Claude Duvalier drinking Champagne FLASH... Former Haitian President for life Jean-Claude Duvalier is in Jacmel this Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014, to launch his new political party called Parti de l'Unité Nationale (PUN) more »

Haiti - President Martelly Visits Republic of China (Taiwan)

Haiti President Michel Martelly in Taiwan Haiti President Michel Martelly, accompanied by First Lady Sophia Martelly and Minister of Foreign Affairs Duly Brutus, left Haiti Saturday, April 19 2014, for a visit Taiwan, the Republic of China more »

Haiti Executive branch, only actor implementing the El Rancho accord, PM says...

Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe at a Haitian Senate Hearing Haiti Prime minister Laurent Lamothe tweets... The executive is keeping its word and is the only actor implementing the El Rancho accord... more »

FLASH: Haiti - Anti-Martelly Attorney Andre Michel and Josue Merilien Detained in Mirebalais

Avocat Andre Michel - Haiti News broke out in Haiti earlier today that famous Haitian anti-Martelly lawyer Andre Michel and Josue Merilien were detained in Mirebalais, Plateau Central, Haiti, by police en route to a meeting in Hinche... Why? What Happened? Here is the latest information we have... more »

Eske pep Ayisyen konnen li pa bon pou yon peyi ap chanje gouvenman nan mitan manda-l?

Senateur Moise Jean-Charles nan Manifestation Haiti 15 Avril 2014 Mezanmi... An nou fè yon ti chita koze... Nan zafè politik peyi Dayiti, opposition an gen yon sel agenda... FOK MARTELLY ALE... Manifestation sou manifestation... Si sa ta rive fèt, kilès k-ap benefisye? PEP LA? OSWA Lidè opposition yo? Men sa mwen sot li sou yon lot sit entènèt: more »

Michel Pierre Brunache: Misinterpretation of President Martelly statement about "Caisse L'etat"

Michel Pierre Brunache, Porte-parole Haiti Premier ministre Lamothe When Haiti president Michel Martelly said the "Caisse de l'Etat" was empty, it does not necessarily mean that the state (l'Etat Haitien) has no money to spend, says Michel Pierre Brunache, the new porte-parole of Prime minister Laurent Lamothe. more »

IMAGINE... Haiti - President Martelly Pedi Pouvwa-a, Moise Jean-Charles vinn President...

Haiti Senator Moise Jean- Charles Ou pa janm reflechi ki sak pwal pase Haiti si pa malè President Martelly ta pedi pouvwa-a oswa li ta demisyone avan manda-l fini? Imagine sa... Moise Jean Charles vinn President de la Republique, Arnel Belizaire Premier Ministre, Maitre Ande Michel Secretaire d'Etat, epi tout Minis, tout Depute, tout senatè soti nan MOPOD ak FOPARK... Kijan ou we avni peyi a nan ka saa? more »

Haiti President Martelly: The State (l'Etat) is Broke!

Money Patched Up Piggy Bank Men Nouvel pitit... L'etat Haitien est RAZEUR... Le Caisse de l'etat est VIDE... President Martelly says... The government is doing so much work in Haiti, now the State (l'Etat) is basically flat broke... According to Haiti Press Network, the state coffers (Caisse Leta) are empty for the moment... more »

ONLY ONE Rule in Haitian Politics: Si Mwen Pap Genyen, REBWASE kat la!

Manifestation Haiti 18 Nov 2013 - Kawotchou ap boule lan lari Port-au-Prince I have been listening to a lot of political debates in Haiti, especially since the El Rancho political accord and I am getting the impression that everyone who oppose President Martelly and his administration want ELECTIONS in Haiti BUT... Elections without MARTELLY... Therefore, for them, REBWASE kat la (reshuffling the deck) is the only way... more »

Haiti - Installation ceremony of 10 new Judges of the Superior Court of Auditors

Haiti - Les dix (10) nouveaux Juges de la Cour Superieure des Comptes Haiti President Michel Martelly conducted the installation of ten (10) new Judges of the Cour Supérieure des Comptes et du Contentieux Administratif (CSCCA) this Monday, April 7, 2014... "You have a heavy responsibility to ensure consistency, efficiency and effectiveness of the use of public funds," President Martelly said during the installation... more »