AUDIO: President Rene Preval National Address - Dec 8 2010

President Preval just spoke to the nation... If you missed the December 8 2010 National Address by President Rene Preval, the day after the Presidential Election results were announced, you can listen to audio recording on BelPolitik.com...


Rene Preval Making a speech

Here is it, uncut, unedited...

President Preval also answered some questions after he made his speech to the Haitian people...

President Rene Preval December 8 2010 National Address
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Fortune says...

WE PA WE LA FRANCE AP ARETEL...PREVAL MAGOUYE TROP,,SE YON BANDI ABIYE LI YE

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Georges says...

M pa konn si gen yon moun ki ka ban m plis enfomasyon sou dosye sa s.v.p: m tande yon

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Samuel Josepph says...

I think preval is right, people have the right to protest peacefully, but burning down building, car its arnachy.this is a really bad precedent for this poor

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Lolo says...

preval bezwen fe kontinue nan

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Cadet Jean says...

moin tap agi ak bon sens si-m te nan plas preval.

depi nan sondai eleksion yo. ou ginten oue popularite Martelly.

donc ginyin seri de fason magouy se yon inprudens.

yo ba-t pou koule Martelly 2 fwa dejade vulgarite, nan manifestation apre yo fi-n jwen-n bultin tou siyin e finalmen.

now is getting worst popularite li tou tense so aucun magouy pap mache encor so be

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Mayan Toussaint says...

preidan preval konin byen sakapfet la seli ki nan tet kominezon avep cep[konsei elektoral provisoir]pou mete jude celestin sou pouvwa.fwa sa pep haitien an di byen fo kousa pap passe.fok pep rete mobilize pou nou kampe solidaire, pou preval ale nan

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Jean says...

this jean i would like to knoww what plan have for haiti election please because my haitian people cant wait no more my haitian they die every day they dont no president in haiti

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Papucho Jamie says...

Jules Celetin = Racing Clu Haitien

Rene Preval = Roger Lafontant

CEP = Edner Pageote et les Juges de lignes

I'equipe adverse et perdante sera sans nul doute = le peuple Haitien
Le racing sera l'aquipe gagnante sans pour autant marquer un but avec une penalite favorisee et non meritee apres les pressions de Roger Lafontant sur Pageote.

L'ignorant et le KK Klerin du nom de R preval nous a place ds le batiment qu'il

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Sergo Jean says...

mwen tande ou prezidan pawol sa yo Haitien abitue avec yo deja. ou di mounn ap mouri paske medicaman paka al jwen yo .ou pase preske 10 an sou pouvoi hospital ou te fe yo mwen panse suman le ou tap panse pou fe yo wa ou te mete place pou depo medicaman pou le mounn malad ou emerjensi, se pa lot peyi ou ta pral mande poubawou anyen paske ou tap foure men pran nan reserve sa. Preval ou gele panse tout mounn ap bwe tafia menm jan avec ou, gen anpil ayisyen mwen panse ki kite bwe paske 10 an ou fe sou pouvoi fe yo raze pa gen cob anco. counie ya pep la deye ou pou mande cont randu de blof ou bay cominote internasyonal e pep Haitien e mwen bo garanti tout lwa yo ou viole yo ap mennen ou nan prizon.

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Stanley says...

What a JOKE! This guy is the biggestt coward ever, what an idiot.

He has shown nothing but incompetence and a lack of interest when it comes to the plight of the HAITIAN people.

It's time that we elect a President who's competent and has the will to help the people.

A president who puts the needs of the people before his needs or

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