Haitian Politics

Explained: The last four Haitian presidents all wanted to change Haiti for the better. So why did they fail?

FACT: There is a group of people in Haiti DO NOT want the country to change at all... Aristide, Preval, Martelly, and Jovenel, the last four elected Haitian presidents wanted to change the country. They all tried and failed. Why is that?

The Haitian opposition getting ready to ruin 18 Novembre, a significant holiday in the country

18 Novembre in Haiti is the anniversary date of the battle of Vertieres but it is about to become another day of manifestation in Haiti and a day where Haitians who oppose the current government will attempt to overthrow sitting president Jovenel Moise.

President Jovenel Moise has to GO, opposition organizations are still demanding in Haiti

Some political organizations who oppose president Jovenel Moise are still asking him to resign following the October 17 street protest that brought out hundreds of thousands of people in the streets across the country.

President Jovenel speaks to the MAD Mayors of Haiti, very mad for promises not kept

Haitian president Jovenel Moise gathered a lot of courage to speak to an assembly of city mayors who were so mad at him for promises he made that he did not keep.

Haiti Justice: Clame-Ocnam Dameus fighting back Fake News on Social Media

Port-au-Prince Haiti's Government Commissioner Clamé-Ocnam Daméus, has taken to Twitter to fight back misinformation that has become the norm among Haitians on Social Media.

MINUJUSTH will not get involved in Haiti's Dossier PetroCaribe, Mission Chief Helen La Lime said

Helen Meagher La Lime, the head of the United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH) made in clear the mission will not involve itself in the PetroCaribe drama, the hottest topic in town.

Former Haiti Police chief Godson Orelus arrested in Saint-Marc on gun trafficking charges

Godson Orelus, the former Director General of the Haitian National Police force (PNH) was arrested in Saint-Marc Friday in connection with an illegal shipment of firearms into Haiti back in 2016.

The type of hate revolution Moise Jean-Charles is preaching in Haiti is old fashioned and outdated, journalist said

Haitian journalist Guerrier Henri said he did not recognize opposition leader Moise Jean-Charles in his recent interview to radio SCOOP FM where he was litteraly giving a hate speech against the Haitian government. Moise Jean-Charles has a very violent "kraze brize" speech and it will not be tolerated, he said.

75 year old Haitian man worried for the life of president Jovenel Moise

A 75 year old man living in the Centre department of Haiti told us yesterday that he was very concerned for the life of President Jovenel Moise. The old man said he wishes to send a message to the president to tell him to be very careful, especially in his entourage.

PetroTransition - The Haitian Opposition is fighting to put another transitional government in place in Haiti

Some of the leaders and organizations who oppose president Jovenel Moise argue that the president is not fit to continue leading the country, a transitional is the best option.