Haiti Politique - Haitian Politics

The real reason Haitian Police roadblocked the path to Petionville during 17 October 2017 Manifestation

Although the opposition was upset because the could not go to Petionville during the 17 October 2017 street manifestation, The Haitian national police force made the right call, Journalist Guerrier Henri said... Find out why...

President Jovenel Moise will have to fight the DEVIL to provide electricity across Haiti, journalist says

President Jovenel Moise has to fight against God all the Devils in order to electrify this country, journalist Marco Presume says on Haiti radio SCOOP FM Thursday.

Haiti Manifestation - Andre Michel wants to START the street protests in Petionville from now on

Haitian political activist Andre Michel says: "If our street protests cannot reach Petionville then we will start our street protests in Petionville.

Moise Jean Charles: I would RESIGN if I was president of Haiti and the people were protesting against me

Ex Haitian senator and opposition leader Moise Jean Charles said: "If I was president of Haiti right now and the people started protesting against me in the streets, I would resign." Would he REALLY?

Manifestation 17 Octobre 2017, la police ap bay gaz, dlo grate, pep la ap voye wosh... LIVE Updates... Refresh!

Jounen Manifestation 17 Octobre 2017 la, Delmas 60, la police ap bay dlo lap bay gaz anpil gas, pep la ap voye wòch. Senatè Don Kato di plis yap fe violanse se plis nap mobilize

Haiti: Dessalines would be proud of Street Protests on October 17, Andre Michel said

According to Haitian political activist Andre Michel, a major street protest on October 17 is more geared towards the ideals of Jean Jacques Dessalines than going to Pont Rouge bringing flowers to commemorate his death.

Haiti Politique - 250 million gourdes of financing from l'Etat Haitien to 58 political parties

Le Nouvelliste reports... For the first six months of fiscal year 2017-2018, the 58 political organizations with at least one elected official in the last elections will share 250 million gourdes of public funding.

Today in Haitian History - On October 15 1994, exiled president Jean Bertrand Aristide returned to power

Today in Haitian History... On October 15 1994, exiled president Jean-Bertrand Aristide returned to power in Haiti to resume his term as president. Aristide president was exile since the coup d'état of 30 September 1991.

Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last...

After 13 years of MINUSTAH in Haiti, UN peacekeepers lower the United Nations flag. Many Haitians are saying "Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty Haiti is free from MINUSTAH at last..." But are we really free? And for how long?

Important Meeting between Haiti Gov't, IMF and Development Partners, discussions about the future of Electricity in Haiti

A Haitian delegation led by the Minister of Economy and Finance and accompanied by the Minister of Planning and External Cooperation and the Governor of the Central Bank held discussions on October 12, 2017 with leaders of multilateral and bilateral institutions (development partners) involved in development efforts in Haiti.