Beyond Politics

Haiti Senator Ralph Fethiere nearly lost his life at Morne Puilboreau in a traffic accident

Haitian Senator Jean Marie Ralph Féthière was involved in a car accident Sunday at morne Puilboreau in Northern Haiti.

Haiti's decision to maintain relations with Taiwan raises questions about possible missed development opportunities

Read this... The Dominican Republic abandons Taiwan because China reportedly offered investments and loans to the tune of $3 billion while Taiwan offered Haiti $150 million loan to develop rural power grids... Haiti maintains ties with Taiwan at Beijing's expense. So... Who made the right decision here?

Guy Philippe writes to Haiti's Senate president asking for $125,000 US to pay his legal bills

Haitian senator-elect guy Philippe, who is currently in prison on money laundering charges in the United States, wrote a letter to the Senate asking for $125,000 US to cover the legal fees so he can appeal his case.

Haiti Justice - MINUJUSTH wants to prolong its mandate in Haiti BUT they have a plan to leave sooner than you think

The United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH) whose mandate expires on 15 April 2018 is looking to extend it further so they can provide more justice support to the country.

Haiti Military - 3 Soldiers of the New Haitian Army arrested by Police following a brawl at a night club in Anse-Rouge

3 soldiers of the new Haitian Army Corps of Engineers were arrested by the Haitan police (PNH) Saturday in Anse-Rouge, Artibonite Haiti.

Did you know : President Aristide has a $2,000,000 house in Taiwan

Former Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide has a house in Taiwan worth $2,000,000 dollars US. This is one of the assets adding to Aristide's multi million dollar net worth...

Haiti Electricity - 15 months left until Haiti has Electricity 24/7

The Haitian government announced only 15 months left until the republic of Haiti has electricity 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Ex Haiti Prime Minister Jean Max Bellerive forbidden to leave the country (interdiction de depart)

A judge in Port-au-Prince has instructed Haitian Immigration to prohibit former Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive from leaving the country by air, land and sea in an order dated 18 December 2017.

Haiti Environment: NGOs are using the environment to make big money but nothing is getting done, Official said

There are many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) operating in Haiti who are making their bread and butter behalf of the environment but, in reality, they are doing absolutely nothing for the environment.

29 Nov 2017, Haiti president Jovenel Moise commemorates the Ruelle Vaillant Massacre perpetrated back in 1987

Haiti president Jovenel Moise went to Ruelle Vaillant Wednesday, 29 Nov 2017, to deposit flowers at the foot of the memorial dedicated to people killed at Ecole nationale Argentine Bellegarde and several points of the territory on that day back in 1987.