Michel Martelly Exclusive Interview To The Huffington Post

Candidate Michel Martelly gave a forty-minute interview to the Huffington Post yesterday, one day before the Election results are released. Find out what Michel Martelly had to say...


Michel Martelly After Haiti Election Day 2010

The Q&A of the interview has been posted online, here is the link to read it:

Click on Haiti's Candidate Michel Martelly Talks About the Election, Fraud, and the Future

In one of his answers, Michel Martelly openly accused the government of STILL trying to forge election results.

Here is what he said:

...Anyone who is following the election knows exactly what is going on, and it is not a number problem. They (CEP) know exactly what has been done; they know the results already.

The fact of the matter is the government is trying to modify the numbers.

They do not want to lose because of their interests. They probably have things to hide we don't know about and want to hold onto power....

Read the full interview here and...

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Patricia says...

I encourage all haitians to start praying what now before the cep give the results, because there is something going on in Haiti that must of you do not even aware of. If you love Haiti you need change lets pray only God can stop what they are planning to do tonight.God save

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Gaston says...

Regarde!
Ou panse si tout swit apre nouvo prezidan inogure en fevrier 2011,MUNITAH ale lapbon?

Ou pa mete nan tet ou, Bandy ap step down nouvo president an?

Gen anpil bagay ki pou fet avan nou jwenn yon alternative pou MUNISTAH ale.

A-posiblite ekonomi pou peyi a anmezi pou kouvri yon gran pati nan depans li.
B-ranfose fos polis nasyon an, menmsi nou pa oblije rele'l arme D'hati.

C- and

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Sergo Jean says...

I support all he said but there is one thing I disagree he does not want MINUSTAH to live Haiti .You are wrong from zero to the end.Our constitution says Article 8-1 The territory of the Haitian republic is inviolable and may not be alienated either in whole or in part by any treaty or convention.And Article 21 The crime of high treason consists in bearing arms in foreign army against the republic, serving a foreign nation in a conflict with the republic in any official's stealing state property, in trusted to his management or any violation of the constitution by those responsible for enforcing it. And the Article 21-1 The crime of high treason is punishable by forced labor for life without commutation of of sentence.

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