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The same Steven Benoit who was raging for president Jovenel Moise to step down is now crying about Ariel Henry handing the country over to bandits

A political alliance between Andre Michel and Steven Benoit, established since August 2015 Former Haiti Senator Steven Benoit recently took to Twitter to voice his concerns about Prime Minister Ariel Henry and his Chief of Police Frantz Elbe being so evil that they are handing over more territory to the bandits. more »

What happened to the 500 new Haitian Army soldiers that began basic training back in January 2019?

The Haitian Armed Forces - Les Forces Armées d'Haiti The Haitian army was looking for a few good men, more than 4,000 registered, 500 were recruited and began basic training to be part of the first promotion of Haitian army soldiers of the Jovenel Moise era. Training of these 500 future young soldiers were supposed to start back in January 2019. That what Haiti Minister of Defense Enol Joseph said at the time. more »

Will Guy Philippe return to Haitian politics or Can he? Some people are wondering

The year is 2015 - Candidate for president Jovenel Moise campaigning with Candidate for Senator  Guy Philippe In the wake of Senator Guy Philippe's impending release from a six-year prison term in the United States, discussions about his potential return to Haitian politics are taking center stage. more »

Senator Guy Philippe gets early release from USA prison: Will he return to the Haitian political landscape?

The year is 2015 - Candidate for president Jovenel Moise campaigning with Candidate for Senator  Guy Philippe Guy Philippe, the Haitian Senator who never swore in, is set to be released from prison after serving a six-year sentence in the United States. With news of his imminent release and plans to re-enter Haiti, questions arise about the impact of his return on a country striving for stability and progress. more »

Chief Justice Boniface Alexandre , Former Haiti President, Dies at 87

Haiti Presidents Jean Claude Duvalier and Boniface Alexandre at Leslie Manigat Funeral Former Haiti President Boniface Alexandre, who served as the country's interim leader from 2004 to 2006, has passed away at the age of 87. President Boniface Alexandre died on August 04, 2023. more »

Who are the Friends of Haiti Group of Nations?

Kenya minister Alfred Mutua says Kenya will lead Haiti mission at the request of Friends of Haiti Group of Nations "At the request of Friends of Haiti Group of Nations, Kenya has accepted to positively consider leading a Multi-National Force to Haiti." This is what Dr Alfred N. Mutua, cabinet secretary (Minister) of foreign and diaspora Affairs of the Republic of Kenya, posted on his Twitter page on 29 July 2023. more »

List of Haitian Presidents

Haiti presidents Aristide, Preval, Martelly and Jovenel Moise, Great presidents but... Here is complete list of Haitian Presidents, past and president presidents of Haiti. Which Haitian president was overthrown? Which Haitian presidents were sent to exile? Which Haitian president died in power or committed suicide? Which Haitian president finished their term in office? Find out here. more »

Haiti Foreign Minister Geneus welcome news about Kenya sending 1000 police and leading an International force into the country

Jean Victor Geneus, Haiti Minister of Foreign Affairs As they say in Haitian Creole: "Priye a monte gras la desann." On Sunday, 30 July 2023, Haitian foreign minister Jean Victor Geneus conveyed his profound gratitude on behalf of Haiti, he really means his government, following Kenya's announcement of its intention to lead an international force and deploy 1,000 police officers to assist Haiti. more »

1000 Police officers from Kenya coming to Haiti to restore law and order - New UN Strategy for Haiti

Will a Kenya led multinational force in Haiti bring stability and security to the country Kenya has stepped up to lead a multinational force to restore order in Haiti. Kenya says it is ready to address the ongoing turmoil and instability in the Caribbean nation. Question: What can a group of policemen from Kenya do in Haiti that Haitian police officers on the ground cannot do? more »

Asking those in power in Haiti now to hold Free and Fair elections is like asking the Sun to Shine at Midnight

Andre Michel and his pals made every attempt to get rid of President Jovenel Moise The UN Security Council continues to ask Haitian political leaders to get together and allow for the organization of free, fair and credible legislative and presidential elections in Haiti. They are singing to deaf ears. They are asking the sun to shine at midnight. more »