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VoL. XXXXIX, no. 23 New York : Tel : (718) 812-2820; Montréal (514) 321-6434; • Port-au-Prince: (011 509) 223-0785 • Paris (33-1)43-63-28-10; du 5 au 12 juin 2019, I accuse the President of having weakened, if not destroyed, our public institutions and plunged our country into social, financial, moral, insecurity and institutional crises, and soon to be an electoral crisis. Par Jerry Tardieu... H-O P. 13. Cliquez sur le lien de l'Article ou allez en page d'Archives et cliquer sur le lien PDF de la date courante. Merci de nous visiter aussi à www.haiti-observateur.org ou http://haiti-observateur.info

Jerry TARDIEU in Conference (by RAJ)

HAPPENINGS Jerry Tardieu in conference SPECIAL TO H-O. — It happened at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., last Tuesday evening, April 2, where Député (Congressman) Jerry Tardieu, representing the Pétion-Ville constituency in the Lower House of Parliament, spoke to a full house at the Fong Auditorium of Boylston Hall. The topic, “Haiti. After the 2010 Earthquake: A Country Still at the Crossroads,” was addressed with statistics showing how much the country has digressed in the last decade. However, going…

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Turmoil in Haiti Made Worse by U.S. and Haitian Officials

HAPPENINGS Turmoil in Haiti made worse by U.S. and Haitian officials by RAJ In the midst of turmoil in Haiti since February 7, the country was jolted by the arrest, February 17, of eight heavily armed men, including five American citizens, two aliens holding U.S. permanent residence and one Haitian citizen, a deportee from the U.S. in a drug-related case. Three days later, on February 20, the situation was exacerbated by the release and flight to Miami of the Americans…

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Heavily-armed foreigners arrested in Haiti as the country faces more turmoil

HAPPENINGS ! Heavily-armed foreigners arrested in Haiti as the country faces more turmoil The arrest, last Sunday evening (Feb. 17) of eight heavily armed men in the capital of Port-au-Prince, by a patrol of the Haitian National Police (French acronym PNH) is turning into an international incident with major consequences. To be noted only seven names have been released and a photo taken at the Police precinct in downtown Port-au-Prince shows only seven men. According to Police sources, most…

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