Haitian Politics

Some people will NOT let misery end in Haiti because they live off misery, ex president Martelly said

Former Haitian president Michel Martelly said: "Some people will NOT let misery end in Haiti because they live off misery."

Interpellation of Haiti Prime Minister Jean Henry Ceant at the Senate Wednesday on March 20

A session of interpellation of Prime Minister Jean Henry Ceant is scheduled for Wednesday, March 20, 2019 in the Senate of the Republic, according to a tweet from Senate president Carl Murat Cantave.

Last Haiti street protest spoiled due to fights over money

A Haitian street protest that was scheduled for Thursday March 7th 2019 was spoiled after rumors spread that the organizers had 400,000 gourdes which they did not share with any of the militants protesting.

Haiti wakes up at its normal speed despite announcement of street protests

The radical opposition in Haiti has announced once again street protests in the Port-au-Prince area but many tap-tap drivers came out to help the general public get to where they want to go in the early morning hours Thursday.

Haiti - Moise Jn Charles announced the country will be locked once again Thursday

Haitian opposition leader Moise Jn Charles has announced that they will once again restart the protests in the streets putting Haiti on lockdown in another attempt to force president Jovenel Moise to resign.

Politics : ex president Michel Martelly says a dialogue is impossible in Haiti with the system and players in place

A journalist asks ex Haitian President Michel Martelly: Don't you think now is the time more than ever for everyone in the (political) system in Haiti to sit down for a real dialogue in order to find alternative solutions for the country? His reply with shock you...

US Under Secretary of State David Hale met with Haitian President Jovenel Moise

United States Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale met with Haitian president Jovenel Moise Friday, 01 Mar 2019, and other members of the political opposition.

Godson Orelus, former Haiti police chief released from prison

Four months after his incarceration in the civil prison of Saint-Marc, the former head of the Haitian National Police, Godson Orelus got his freedom Tuesday, February 26, 2019.

Haiti - Food Prices did not drop like Prime Minister Henry Ceant promised, citizens complain

Haitian prime minister Jean Henry Ceant promised the Haitian population that food prices would go down in the coming days in the aftermath of street protest that paralyzed Haiti for more than 7 says in early February, but citizens are still complaining.

Can Haitian political and business leaders really sit down for a sincere dialogue?

Haitian president Jovenel Moise signed a new decree creating the Committee for Facilitation of the Inter-Haitian National Dialogue which was published Thursday, February 21 2019, in the official journal Le Moniteur, but really, how can a group of Haitians sit down in a dialogue about something they all want and are not willing to share?