David Grant - Haitian Politics Blog

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According to the constitution of Haiti, Mr. Martelly has a...

According to the constitution of Haiti, Mr. Martelly has a mandate for six years in office. After those six years, he has to prorogue parliament and... more »

No government is able to function without a senate. They are...

No government is able to function without a senate. They are for the check and balance of the countries' affairs. However, if the are so... more »

The man is right, and he knows what he is talking about. From...

The man is right, and he knows what he is talking about. From any angle which you view the disposition of the Haitian lawmaker, they do not have the... more »

Ne vous occupez pas aux affairs entre Mirlande et Michel. Avez...

Ne vous occupez pas aux affairs entre Mirlande et Michel. Avez vous regardez l'expression sur le visage de Mirlande quand Michel lembrasse; ils sont... more »

Little bedroom talk between Michel and Mirlande will solve this...

Little bedroom talk between Michel and Mirlande will solve this problem in record time. It would be like an M & M love song. This is sweet mickey... more »

Has Haiti becoming the old west?

Has Haiti becoming the old west? more »

Even though the judge's death is somewhat strange, it is too...

Even though the judge's death is somewhat strange, it is too early to start brandishing blame. The police should start investigating the matter and... more »

There is need for an investigation into the matter. Top brass...

There is need for an investigation into the matter. Top brass from the police should be on hand to question all those who where present. An otopsy... more »

The behaviour of those Hatian lawmaker is unacceptable. What...

The behaviour of those Hatian lawmaker is unacceptable. What does it serve to be interrupting someone when he or she is making a speech, when you... more »

It is a refreshing news to learn that the dictator, Jean-Claude...

It is a refreshing news to learn that the dictator, Jean-Claude Duvalier, will finally stand trial for corruption. It is my firm belief that the... more »

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