Haiti - Affaire Kiko St Remy - President Martelly replies to his brother-in-law attending an opposition protest

On 18 November, Haiti president Michel Martelly's brother-in-law, Kiko St Remy, showed up unexpectedly in a anti-government protest and the media has not stopped talking about it since... They recently asked President Martelly what he thinks about his brother-in-law abandoning ship in a recent interview... Martelly replies...


President Michel Martelly et Premiere Dame Sophia Martelly se reccueillant devant la flamme eternelle

KREYOL: Men Nouvel... Haiti - President Martelly reponn question sou zafè bòfrè li, Kiko St Remy, ki te ale nan yon manifestation kont gouvèman an jounen 18 Novanm 2014 la...

President Martelly replies:

"He [Kiko St Remy] will always be my brother in Law, unless I divorce the first lady, something that will not happen, Kiko has to rights to his own opinion, and Kiko is responsible for his own actions."

KREYOL: Martelly fè konnen ke Kiko gen dwa a opinion li, Kiko responsab pwòp sak li, epi tou, Kiko ap toujou rete bòfrè li sof si li ta divòse ak premier dame la...

Also read: Haiti - First Lady Sophia Martelly's brother, Kiko Saint-Remy, participates in Anti-Martelly protest 18 Nov 2014

President Martelly he was too occupied handling the affairs of the state to be concerned about a protest, let alone a single person in that protest...

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Bonito says...

It's pretty obvious that the Presidents of the cafars is astutely and conveniently avoiding the issue involving his brother in law by preaching to a cognitively dissonant choir.

Minister Herivaux would have provided the right

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John Dupoux says...

I think jealousy always play in such environment, because I believe they are very close to each other and he cannot stand his brother in law is the president.

Also he may not think he brother in law the president is not focusing on the thing that he likes for the country well it doesn't matter because mately is the first president in a long time actually doing something for the people of Haiti.

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