Haiti Politique Photos

Nicolas Duvalier at the funeral of his father, ex Haiti president Jean-Claude Duvalier

Nicolas Duvalier at the funeral of his father, ex Haiti president Jean-Claude Duvalier

Here is a is photo Francois 'Ti Nicolas' Duvalier at the funeral of her father, former Haitian dictator Jean Claude 'Babydoc' Duvalier.

If the Duvalier regime was still in power, Nicolas Duvalier would've became the next president for life of the Republic of Haiti just like his father did after the death of his grand father Francois Duvalier.

What do you think about that?

En KREYOL...

Si regime Duvalier a te sou pouvwa-l toujou, demen maten bonè bonè Nicolas Duvalier tap president a vie...

Saa se photo Ti Nicolas Duvalier nan lantèman papa li Jean Claude Duvalier...

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Nicolas Duvalier, Son of ex President Jean-Claude 'Babydoc' Duvalier

Nicolas Duvalier, Son of ex President Jean-Claude 'Babydoc' Duvalier

Here is a photo of Nicolas Duvalier, son of former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude 'Babydoc' Duvalier, during an interview he gave to Voice of America Kreyol (Lavwadlamerik) in Washington.

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Jean-Claude Duvalier, President Jovenel Moise, Nicolas Duvalier

Jean-Claude Duvalier, President Jovenel Moise, Nicolas Duvalier

Nicolas Duvalier, son of ex president Jean-Claude Duvalier, who is now active involved in Haitian politics said he does agree with the idea of a democratically elected president to be forced out of office like what is happening to president Jovenel Moise.

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Henri Namphy, Haitian Army General, former President of Haiti

Henri Namphy, Haitian Army General, former President of Haiti

Here is a photo of Lieutenant General Henry Namphy, former Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Haiti, former Chief of the General Staff of the Haitian Army, 35th President of Haiti from June 20, 1988 to September 17, 1988

Henri Namphy was born in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti, on November 2, 1982. He died June 26, 2018 in the Dominican Republic at the age of 85.

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General Henri Namphy laying in his coffin before being buried in the Dominican Republic

General Henri Namphy laying in his coffin before being buried in the Dominican Republic

Here is a photo of the viewing of the remains of Lt. General Henry Namphy, ex-president of Haiti, held Saturday June 30 2018, at the Blandino funeral home (Funeraria Blandino), Av. Abraham Lincoln, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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Henri NAMPHY as a young Haitian Cadet

Henri NAMPHY as a young Haitian Cadet

Here is a photo of Lt. General Henri Namphy when he was a young cadet in Haiti fresh out of the academy.

After graduating from the Haitian Military Academy, Henri Namphy quickly climbed the ladder. He held, among others, the posts of vice-commander of the guard of the National Palace. Namphy was an army commander in two departments in Haiti.

In 1981, Henri Namphy became Brigadier General of the Haitian army.

General Henri NAMPHY is Died in the Dominican Republic

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General Williams Regala and General Henry Namphy

General Williams Regala and General Henry Namphy

Here is a photo of former Haitian army General Williams Regala, former member of Haiti's National Council of Government which led the country after the fall of the Duvalier regime February 7, 1986

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Evaliere Beauplan gives President Jovenel an ultimatum, Resignation letter or Grenadier a l'Assaut

Evaliere Beauplan gives President Jovenel an ultimatum, Resignation letter or Grenadier a l'Assaut

Senator Evaliere Beauplan gives President Jovenel Moise an ultimatum: submit to the opposition your resignation letter within two hours Friday October 11th, 2019, or suffer the consequences. Grenadier a l'Assault.

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Meet President Jovenel's 7 Member Team for Dialoque with the Oppposition

Meet President Jovenel's 7 Member Team for Dialoque with the Oppposition

Meet President Jovenel's 7 Member Team for Dialoque with the Opposition. These personalities have the mission to lead discussions leading to a concerted solution to end the political crisis in Haiti.

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The Duvalier Regime: General Williams Regala, Jacques Gracia and President Jean Claude Duvalier

The Duvalier Regime: General Williams Regala, Jacques Gracia and President Jean Claude Duvalier

Former Haitian army General Williams Regala, then Colonel and director of Haiti's military academy. Right behind him is General Jacques Gracia, former commander of the presidential guard, and President for life Jean Claude 'BabyDoc' Duvalier back in February 1976.

General Williams Regala was one of the members of Haiti's National Council of Government which led the country after the fall of the Duvalier regime February 7, 1986

Rignt behind Jacques Garcia is General Jean Baptiste Hiliaire.

Original photo by photographer Sauer Jean-Claude.

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