Wikileaks Blows The Whistle On Preval and Haiti Elections 2010
The memo, released by Wikileaks on Wednesday December 1 2010, was dated June 16, 2009 and sent under the name of then U.S. Ambassador Janet Sanderson
Here is a shocking clip from the memo...
Close friends speculate that many of Preval's actions during the past year - his rapprochement with Alexis and the Neptune faction of Lavalas, his obsession with constitutional reform, his anger over drug trafficker Guy Philippe, even his reactions to the April riots - stem from his very real fear that politics will prohibit him from returning to private life in Haiti after his presidency.
Thus, they argue, his overriding goal is to orchestrate the 2011 presidential transition in such a way as to ensure that whoever is elected will allow him to go home unimpeded.
Based on our conversations, this is indeed a matter that looms large for Preval.
He has said to me on various occasions that he is worried about his life after the presidency, that he would not survive in exile.
His concerns seem real, given Haiti's history, albeit somewhat overblown at this point in time.
WOW! WOW! WOW!
It seems Rene Preval wants to go home to Marmelade and resume his private life when he leaves office. Therefore, his primary goal in the 2010 presidential elections may have been to NOT let anyone interfere with his wish... even it it means choosing his own successor.
So that's what it all about... The guy wants to stay home...
Does a president have to go to this length just to stay home?
Can a president guarranteed IMUNITY in Haiti after his presidency?
For details and a link to the memo on Wikileaks click on
Wikileaks: Haiti: Rene Preval: Deconstructing Preval: 30 Nov 2010
There's also a second memo released by Wikileaks on Haiti, click on
Wikileaks: Haiti: President Rene Preval: Top Secret 30 Nov 2010
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