This is the corner for all the people with names are listed. Some would call them celebrities in their respective field. However, if the person is popular, the name will be included here

Manno Charlemagne and Konpe Filo out of commission

Manno Charlemagne AKA Joseph Emmanuel Charlemagne and Konpè Filo AKA Anthony Pascal are two popular Haitian artists who just find themselves out of commission. Literally speaking, these two were originally selected by the Martelly government to take part of the Commission of electoral evaluation. However after further negotiation and in an effort to have a more balanced commission, they were replaced by Me Gédéon Jean representing the human rights sector and Pastor Louis Armand, representing the Protestant Church.

What do you think?

Will this new commission become more acceptable t the opposition?

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Sister Dona found innocent after spending 42 months in prison

This is a lesson of dedication and commitment. After spending 42 months in prison for something she did not do, Sister Dona is once again free. Dieudonne Pierre Bélizaire, better known as Sister Dona who founded the orphanage Sister Redeemer of Nazareth, was cleared from charges of kidnapping, child trafficking and criminal conspiracy in a criminal court in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and released immediately. As a reminder, Sister Dona was arrested and put in prison in June 2012 for the disappearance of child Raphaël Chenet. The father of the child accused sister Dona of selling his child. Sister Dona has consistently claimed her innocence.

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Yolette Mengual reacted to corruption accusation

CEP member Yolette Mengual who was accused in a corruption scandal where received large sum of money from candidates to guarantee to them a seat in the Haitian parliament rejected completely these accusations. According to Ms. Mengual, there are no truth to any of them. In her first reaction since the accusation, she stated that she will contact her attorney to bring those who had accused her to justice. In that, she is referring to the Candidate for Ferrier/Les Perches, Gerald Jean who said thay he paid $15,000 US dollars in person to CEP member Yolette Mengual for a seat as Deputy.

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Gonzague Day di: Pa gen moun ki ap aksepte Jovenel Moise kom Prezidan

Louis Gonzague Edner Day, yon zanmi pwòch Prezidan Michel Martelly ak ansyen Deleguee depatmantal West te di ke pa gen yon sèl moun ki pral aksepte Jovenel Moise kòm pwochen Prezidan an Ayiti. Deklarasyon an te fè yè (12/115/15) nan radyo "Envite du jour" ak Valery Numa, Vision 2000. Day mete kandida PHTK a responsab pou kriz la, li di ke Jovenel Moise se kòz dirèk nan aktyèl kriz eleksyon an Ayiti. Li pa dakò wout Prezidan Michel Martelly ap eseye pran pou enpoze kandida PHTK sou peyi a.

Kisa ou panse?


No one will accept Jovenel Moise as President, said Gonzague Day

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Jovenel Moise, the plantain man from Trou du Nord

Government of Haiti does not take Fraudulent Voting Seriously: Releases Transgressors from Jail

Haitian police, acting under electoral pressure of the CEP, arrested 200-plus people for fraudulent voting on October 25th in the presidential elections. The PHTK, along with other parties under its banner, were blamed. The vast number of complaints reported to human rights organizations, who oversaw the voting on Election Day, pointed to PHTK as the culpable party.

A customs officer, Carlo Estard, an AAA party member subsumed under PHTK, was apprehended for voting repeatedly, as well as the voting center supervisor of L'Estere. In another instance of voter fraud a KID party member was arrested for carrying over a dozen electoral ID cards, and trying to ballot stuff. KID is also under the PHTK banner. Dieuseul Simon Desras, former Senate President, announced to the public voting fraud had indeed happened.

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Cecile McLorin Salvant, First Haitian singer nominated for a Grammy Award

We finally have one of our own with a chance to be awarded with the prestigious Grammy award in the United States

Cecile McLorin Salvant who was born mi Miami, Florida and the product of Haitian father and Guadeloupean mother has been nominated for a Grammy award in the category Best Jazz Vocal Album.

Starting to learn classical poano at the very young age of five, Cecile McLorin Salvant later started studying with private teachers, then later with Edward Walker. She did not discover an interest in in Jazz music until she went to "Aix" school. She recordded her first music album "Cecile" with Jean Francois Bonnel Paris Quintet

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Jovenel Moise, mwen pa t resevwa okenn dikte nan men Kenneth Merten

Kandida Prezidansyèl pou pati PHTK a soti pou fè montre ke se li ki pwòp met tèt li epi li pa enfliyanse pa fòs etranje. Li konfime rankont li ak Koòdonatè Espesyal pou Ayiti nan Depatman Eta a, Kenneth Merten; sepandan li te di ke li pa t 'resevwa okenn dikte nan men l'. Li te tou deklare ke nan tan lontan, sa a te enpresyon l tou ke kominote entènasyonal la te toujou bay lòd, men jodi a li konnen pi byen.

Jovenel Moïse, I did not receive any diktat from Kenneth Merten

The Presidential candidate for the PHTK went out of his way to show that he is standing on his own and not influenced by the by outside force. He confirmed his meeting with the Special Coordinator for Haiti at the State Department, Kenneth Merten; however did not receive any diktat from him. He also stated that in the past, this was his impression that the international community was command but today he knows better.

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Mickael Guirand calling it a quit with Carimi

Mikael Guirand has announced to step down as a Carimi lead singer. He has announced his decision to step away from the stage in on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015, addressing Pat Desvarieux. He was the "Mi" of Carimi, with Carlo Vieux and Richard Cavé and has remained with the group since its inception in 2002 in New York.

In the last November, the band has celebrated its 14th anniversary. Carimi is one of the most consistent and popular band in Haiti. The reason for his departure was not disclosed. He has informed his decision to the management of Carimi so that they can plan how the band would move forward in the future. He has admitted this was a hard decision for him, after having been reliable to them and his fans for the past 14 years.

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Moise Jean Charles di Jude Celestin mwen pa pral sipote ou Ti Papa

Si ou panse te gen yon posibilite pou gwoup G8 ini anba yon candida an fas Jovenel Moise, ou ka bliye sa. Moise Jean Charles te soti pozisyon li. Li fè konnin ke kèlkeswa desizyon Group G8 lan, li pa pral sipòte kandida Jude Celestin. Dapre Moise, Jude Celestin reprezante moun ki renmen fason bagay yo ye an, e pa vle chanjman, ke li ape sipòte gwoup oligachi a an Ayiti.


Moise Jean Charles" No matter what, I will not Support Jude Celestin"

If you think at one point there was a possibility for the group G8 to unite themselves under one candidate, you can forget about it. Moise Jean Charles came out and made his position known. According to the candidate of Pitit Dessalin, regardless of what the decision of G8 is, he will not support the candidate Jude Celestin. For Moise, Jude Celestin is a representative of the status quo, the oligarchy in Haiti.

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Joseph Lambert and Wencesclas Lambert are now diplomats

The defeat of two Lambert brothers, Joseph and Wencesclas Lambert was little surprising to many, but it was more strange when the two brothers accepted the defeat quietly without challenging the published result. They were candidates from President Martelly's Tèt Kale Party (PHTK) banner in the second round of the last election from South-East Haiti.

The brothers are infamous for their stubborn commanding attitude. In February 2011, the U.S Drug Enforcement department hinted Joseph's involvement in the narcotic trade. On May 14, 2014, one businessman cum political activist from Jacmel had claimed that Joseph Lambert appointed 8 heavily armed men to kill him.

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