The Official Results Are In... Michel Martelly, President Of Haiti

Haiti Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) published the final results of Haiti presidential and legislative elections, Joseph Michel Martelly is now confirmed as the next President of the Republic of Haiti.


Michel Martelly

The results were announced yesterday, 20 Apr, 2011, according to AlterPresse.

Michel Martelly received 716,986 votes, or 67.57% of the vote, which is consistent with preliminary data made public last April 4, AlterPresse says.

CNN, in their announcement of the final results, calls Haiti's new president "The bad boy of Haitian music"

Genevalunch.com's headline reads: 'Sweet Micky" declared new Haitian president

You can call him: Mr. President, Son Excellence, Monsieur Le President, Prezidan Miky...

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Christopher says...

THE NEW BOOK ABOUT MICHEL MARTELLY BY SHERIDAN BOOK, INC, WILL BE RELEASED ON MAY 12 IN NEW YORK; MAY 13, IN CANADA; MAY 14 IN HAITI; MAY 15 IN FRANCE; AND MAY 16 IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.

EXCEPT FROM THE BOOK WILL BE AVAILABLE AT: MARTELLYBOOK.ORG, AND PRESIDENTMARTELLY.ORG. THIS BOOK IS THE FIRST ABOUT A HAITIAN PRESIDENT.

THE BOOK IS FULL OF GREAT PICTURES OF THE CAMPAIGN, PRIVATE MEETINGS WITH BUSINESS LEADERS, PRIVATE MEETINGS WITH HOLLYWOOD SUPERSTARS.

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Christopher says...

I heard there is this new book about Michel Martelly being released on May 12, 2011 with a CD, the best of President Martelly.

Does any one know who is the publisher and how to get this book?

Can i get it at Barnes and Nobles?

Amazon?

If you know please let me

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Mark Gill says...

Martelly funded by CIA?

Do you really think this agency would spend that much money for this office, when the real power lies with prime minister and majority party?

and, why do you assume the CIA is that interested in such a poor country?

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Elisabeth says...

I agree with you we do have a new sherrif in town and god bless him
I know change is coming I feel a breeze of fresh air.it's time for us.to take control of our country
Make haiti La perle Des

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Jean Demezier says...

congradilation mr president, may god bless you during this challenging time.I, beleive in you dont let me down.security, electricity,nice paving road, please stop the

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Patricia says...

Yes my sister it is true you can read it on Haitilibre.com because he was in Miami today plus you will be able to read it if you go

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Richelle says...

He did say that!I need to hear it send the information how to get

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Jean Pierre Alexandre says...

Patricia, sorry to say that, but some of us are fools and ignorants.

Some of us don't like change and reality.

Haiti need that chance now not later.

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Patricia says...

Friends listen! some of you have been thinking about it, but did not have enough courage to say it. Thanks God we have a leader now who is not scare to speak up when it's come about the good will of his country.Few minutes ago our president said:He wants the world to stop showing negative pictures of Haiti.

I say yes, we do have a new chief in town, bravo.God bless Mr

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Charles Whipp says...

The percentage vote was 25, smallest ever. Who were the 67 per cent who voted?

The land owners.

He spent $7 million to get elected.

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