Mics of popular journalists and political annalists in Haiti are owned by big bosses, Senator said

Senator Jean Renel "Zokiki" Senatus criticized many journalist and political annalists in the Haitian media whom he says are paid for what they say on their microphones, or NOT.

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"There are many microphones in Haiti with a Big Boss (patron) in the background," Senator Jean Renel Senatus said after mentioning the names of all the popular journalists and political annalists in Haiti.

"If they say something in the morning, then the big boss calls in the afternoon, their language and behavior changes because it is not the country they put first."

"We live in a nation of hipocrites," Senatus said.

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