Haiti - Candidate for President Jude Celestin changes his Tone of Voice

Haiti Eleciton Update -- Jude Celestin, the LAPEH candidate for president, has recently softened his stand on WHO he is willing to go the the 2nd round presidential elections with... Before Jude Celestin made id CLEAR he will NOT go to elections with Jovenel Moise (PHTK), nowadays, Jude doesn't care WHO joins him in the 2nd round...
PHOTO: Haiti - President Michel Martelly,  Jude Celestin

KREYOL: Haiti Elections - Kandida JUDE Celestin Change LANG li... Avan, mise te kanpe dan du: Nou PAP ale nan election Ak JOVENEL Moise, ces jours-ci, Jude Celesin di: Nou pwal nan 2eme tou ak nenpot moun... Hmmmm... Kisa ou panse de sa???

Jude Celestin was so unwilling to go to the 2nd round presidential elecitons with Jovenel Moise that former Prime Minister Evans Paul nicknamed the elections "Election Grenn Soulier"

Nowdays, both Jude Celestin and his Senator Annacasis, leader of his LAPEH Political party, are saying: Whoever we go to elections with, we're good...

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Sanon Sou Facebook Malgre y ap gade politik etranje, eleksyon etranje, yo vwayaje yo wè koman peyi etranje byen organize, ap byen mache, yo rete pi sòt nan chire twal pouri, yo jure pou... see more
Reply · May 28 at 4:28 PM
Stanley Sou Facebook Pa okupe enbesil la li kite yon pakèt kandida ki pa menm fè pwa nan eleksyon ki sot pase a ap fèl fè makak apa Moise Jean Charles di G8 kraze...
Reply · May 28 at 3:58 PM
Vil Il aurait du negocier avec Martely ainsi que l'international depuis, Sa chance serait plus elevee de pouvoir gagner les elections. Martely veut la paix pr lui meme et pr Sa... see more
Reply · May 28 at 3:54 PM

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