Haiti - 30 Years after Duvalier Left without a succesor, Another Leader, Martelly, Leaves without a Successor

Read this from the New York Times: Thirty years to the day after Haiti's last dictator fled the impoverished nation as it took its first wobbly steps toward democracy, another leader stepped down Sunday, without a successor to take his place.

Haiti President Michel Martelly Salutes his Supporters the Day he Leaves Office
Haiti President Michel Martelly Salutes his Supporters the Day he Leaves Office

The president, Michel Martelly, left office amid an electoral crisis that underscored how Haiti has struggled to maintain democratic order since the 1986 ouster of Jean-Claude Duvalier.

Read the full article: Michel Martelly, Haiti's President, Departs Without a Successor from the New York Times.

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Watson says...

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