Message from Jean Bertrand Aristide on the death of Nelson Mandela

The former Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide gave a message to the press in the occasion of the death of Nelson Mandela. The letter was addressed to the current president of South Africa, Mr. Jacob Zuma

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O mwen Titid montre li pa Ingra.

Mezanmi se moun nan South Afrika ki te ba li ladomi le__ ke "Zot " te mete li deyor na payi li

After his second exile in mid-2004, Jean Bertrand Aristide and his family were welcomed to South Africa. He lived with his family in a government villa in Pretoria, received a salary from and provided staff by the South African government Aristide also learned Zulu

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Jules Casseus says...

My hope is that Titid will learn from Mandela to seek reconciliation not retaliation and violence against his opponents.

He could of do a lot for the Haitian society if only he could use the Mandela's tactics.

It is not too

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Jacky Dessalines says...

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each other did pay a heavy price for standing to a better life for the oppressed and poor people...as they suppose to act as a good intellectual for the reactionary forces...as by not to face the same kind of assassination as Jean J

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