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Haiti's biggest obstacle is the fact that Haiti is a country divided, President Jovenel said

President Jovenel Moise launches new credit program for agricultural cooperatives President Jovenel said: "The biggest obstacle that I've come across in my two years and 9 months as president is the fact that Haiti is a country torn apart and divided." more »

Haitian opposition leaders are unloved by the people of Haiti, Le Nouvelliste said

Haiti Street Protest - Moise Jean Charles en route to the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince Haiti "Even if opposition leaders lead the anti-JovenelMoise movement, they must know that they are unloved," an newspaper article from Le Nouvelliste reads. more »

The same people who overthrew Aristide are concocting the same plan to get rid of Jovenel Moise, Rosemond Jean said (VIDEO)

Haiti - Rosemond Jean presents to the media a previous document signed by Aristide Opposition The same people who succeeded in overthrowing Jean Bertrand Aristide are now planning to overthrow president Jovenel Moise, political militant Rosemond Jean said in a video. "Same people, same plan, same promises which they did not keep back in 2002." more »

Fact: The right to protest overrides all other rights of the people of Haiti

PHOTO: Haitian Street Protester with baricade of fire behind him Red Alert... Millions of people in Haiti who are NOT protesting in the streets are taken hostage by those who are claiming their constitutional right to protest, as if the rest of us have no constitutional right to live in peace. more »

Government vs Opposition: Which is disrupting everyday life in Haiti?

Haiti's Divided Opposition: Moise Jn-Charles vs. Youri Latortue vs. Reginald Boulos In an evening radio program in Haiti, a journalist raised this question: Between the Haitian government trying to maintain power and the opposition trying to take power, which one is preventing the people of Haiti from living their everyday life? more »

Is the Haitian media playing the role of "pouse dife" in the current political crisis?

Haiti Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin talks to the media while leaving the Parliament building Growing up in Haiti, I used to see adults pushing two kids to fight by grabbing a handful of dust and placing it right in between them. One would smack the dust onto the other's face and, boom, the fight starts. This is what the Haitian media is doing these days for the most part. more »

Nicolas Duvalier to Opposition: "I will never agree for an elected president to leave office just like that"

Jean-Claude Duvalier, President Jovenel Moise, Nicolas Duvalier Nicolas Francois Duvalier made it very clear to the opposition in Haiti that he does not want President Jovenel Moise to be forced out of office just like that. more »

President Jovenel Moise will Address the Nation of Haiti this Tuesday Night

President Jovenel Moise s'adresse à la nation Haitienne après les manifestations violentes contre la hausse des prix du gaz (VIDEO) Haitian President Jovenel Moïse will make an address to the nation incessantly Tuesday evening to talk about the socio-political crisis that is shaking the country. more »

Politics : ex president Michel Martelly says a dialogue is impossible in Haiti with the system and players in place

ex Haiti President Martelly being interviewed by SCOOP TV A journalist asks ex Haitian President Michel Martelly: Don't you think now is the time more than ever for everyone in the (political) system in Haiti to sit down for a real dialogue in order to find alternative solutions for the country? His reply with shock you... more »

Can Haitian political and business leaders really sit down for a sincere dialogue?

Politisyen Haitien Se Demagog Haitian president Jovenel Moise signed a new decree creating the Committee for Facilitation of the Inter-Haitian National Dialogue which was published Thursday, February 21 2019, in the official journal Le Moniteur, but really, how can a group of Haitians sit down in a dialogue about something they all want and are not willing to share? more »