Haiti - Eric Jean Baptiste: This is a JOKE, these politicians trying to force President Jovenel Moise out of office

Former Haiti presidential candidate Eric Jean Baptiste finds it funny that political leaders in Haiti are fighting to kick president Jovenel Moise out of power. "This is the kind of thing that got us here, in this occupation," he said.

PHOTO: Haiti - Eric Jn Baptiste - Candidat a la Presidence

Eric Jean Baptiste says:

"These double agents are the reason Haiti experienced two occupations in less than 10 years. Today, they are are fooling around to help the colonizers remain in the country."

"We just had an election, we have a president and he must remain in power for the duration of his term."

in regards to peaceful protests, Eric Jean Baptiste says:

"We do need to exercises some pressure to help the president stay true to his words but we cannot sink into this perpetual new beginning."

"If there are politicians out there who live off elections and chaos, then the people of Haiti have to take note of these politicians because, for the last 30 years, it is these same bunch of people who have dragged the country in the hole that it is in now."

Hmmm....

What do you think about that?

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Easye says...

Eric Jean Baptiste said it well, give the man the opportunity to help rebuild the damn country

You said it well. Roman was not build in one day. So give the man the opportunity to help rebuild the damn country.

Guy Laguerre says...

Haiti Opposition - Anpil nan vakabon yo toute se pouvwa yo bezoin

Mouin aprecie sa Erick.

Anpil nan vakabon yo toute se pouvwa yo bezoin.

Yo pa wè pep, kite melé yo avek pep la kap pase mizè.

Epi yo jouinn moune ki acepte malpropte yap fè nan peyi a. W ap pale moise Jean chwal, si li
te yon lider li patap kimbe a peyi nan an notaj..

Vakabon sal la....

Haiti Nouvelles says...

Eric Jean Baptiste: It is the duty of the Haitian people to support president Jovenel Moise

Eric Jean Baptiste says:

It is the duty of the people of Haiti to support the president (Jovenel Moise) in all the good things he is doing; at the same time put some serious pressure on him when he is misbehaving.

Haiti Nouvelles says...

Eric Jean Baptiste: The people are not into this fight of RACHE MANYOK thing, asking the president to leave

Eric jean Baptiste says:

The the fight of the people is to say "We are hungry, we want jobs, we don't want a passport to run across the countries of South America.

The people are not into this fight of RACHE MANYOK thing, asking the president to leave.

Haiti Nouvelles says...

Eric Jean Baptiste: Tabarre (Aristide) and Pitit Desalin (Moise Jean Charles) were in power under the Privert presidency

Eric Jean Baptiste says: I believe you have to honest in life. When you are in a position you have to recognize the position you are in.

Tabarre and Pitit Desalin were in power under the Privert presidency.

They had control of the Ministry of Social Affairs and the Ministry of Public Health.

I didn't see them in the streets breaking things and buring things.

Haiti Nouvelles says...

Eric Jean Baptiste: C'est une blague que ces politiciens essayent de forcer le président Jovenel hors du pouvoir

L'ancien candidat à presidence Eric Jean Baptiste trouve drôle que les dirigeants politiques en Haiti se battent pour expulser le président Jovenel Moise du pouvoir.

"C'est le genre de chose qui nous a amenés ici, dans cette occupation", a-t-il déclaré.

"Ces agents doubles sont la raison pour laquelle Haïti a connu deux occuapations en moins de 10 ans. Aujourd'hui, ils se lancent pour aider les colonisateurs à rester dans le pays".

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