Michel Martelly Campaign Close Live In Les Cayes Haiti

Michel Martelly was live in Les Cayes Haiti for the closing of his presidential campaign. Did you watch it? Share your comments with us...


Election 2010 Sign In Front Of Collapsed Haiti Palace

There were lots of people there and many performers including Black Alex, Shaba, Wyclef Jean, Pras Michel, and RAM.

So... This is it... No more campaigning!

Did you get to see it live?

What did you think?

Reply with your comments

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Spido00 At Hotmail.com says...

Michel(tet kale bobis) mon confrere, je compte sur Toi, parceque Tu es Homme de confiance et de courage.

Notre peuple, et notre pays avons besoin un Homme pareille comme To, pourque la paix puisse regnez dans notre pays qui S'appellait Pourque nous puissions avoir un vraie

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Garry Destin says...

If Michel Martelly wins, he should rebuild the central then quarantine them. He should then force education upon them, skill, hygiene then release as normal human beings.

He should arrest Aristide for betraying his citizens to such

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Jean Pierre Alexandre says...

They are sick people, geneticly derrange, both of them.
Their views regarding the nation is very odd and disrespectful.

Gives them time soon they will swim in their own

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Patricia says...

Mr Martelly;apres avoir fait tout ce que vous pouviez, remettez tout entre les mains du Seigneur, confessez sa fidelite, et il vous apportera le secours de sa parole.Attendez, non avec une anxiete febrile, mais avec une foi indomptable et une confiance inebranlable.May God bless and protect you, your family, and all the staffs also all the volunteers that work on the campaign;specially all the heroes who will be voting tomorrow may the Army of God descend to protect all of you. Haiti thank

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Jynee says...

Madan Manigat and Aristide are hustlers trying to be foster parents to get their hands on that fat welfare check haiti's about to get. but you know with this crew the Haitian people will be neglected, malnourish, wearing second hand rags.

Those two are hustlers looking for international welfare check on behalf the Haitians.

Preval is our current drunk foster parent.

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Garry Destin says...

One thing I would like to tell Aristide and Manigat, the word MOTHERE and the word FATHER are the most precious words.

You will never be my mother or father.

Those who call a stranger manman papa untel are nothing butt kisser and low thinkers in a word Pied sec. Except out of respect for an elder.

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Alex says...

BON TOUT BAGAY KLOZ DEMIN TOUT MOUN PRAN LARI AL VOTE TET KALE POU CHANJMAN TOTAL KAPITAL .MICKY PREZIDAN DEPI SOLEY LEVE JOUK LI KOUCHE .BON BAGAY .LOL ALEX

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Belony says...

Absolutely Powerful! Michel is loved so

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Marisol says...

you are right wapsuiv, i can just imagine how sad haiti would be without Michel.

My cousin is planning to move back to Chicago now that Ariside is in the country.

He is afraid that the chimeres are going to start robbing people now that their leader is back looking as angry as

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Wapsuiv says...

Thank you Michel for taking your love for our Haiti to another level.

Our Haiti is a sad place, and without you it would be worst.

I look forward to your Presidency with great joy.

Bless

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