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Haitian President Michel Martelly is courting disaster if he does not hold legislative and local elections next year--and the earlier the better. They have been delayed more than two years, and repeated requests by senior government officials like Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe, have fallen on deaf ears.
Frustration at Martelly's stubbornness in delaying the democratic process has been coming from the international community, particularly the U.S. Joe Biden, Obama's vice President, made a conciliatory call to Martelly recently to both remind him of the pending elections and to compliment him on his attempts to cooperate with Parliament and other political factions to handle unresolved issues.
Eat your heart out, opposition! I am assuming that the Haitian President Michel Martelly is probably saying just that following the result of the poll taken by the PR firms, Newlink and Dagmar, showing that the president is enjoying a comfortable 80.5% rating among the population. This is historic since this actually put him as the president with the highest approval rating in the Western Hemisphere.
Now, I am totally confused.
Isn't it just recently that anti-government protests brought tens of thousands of people to the streets of Port-au-Prince? what about the recent success of the Lavalas party in putting thousands and thousands of people to protest against the Martelly government?
Since Nicolas Duvalier has posted several pictures distributing gifts with to small Haitian children for Christmas, the "Teledjol" machine has been running. The main rumor has it that Nicolas Duvalier will be running as a candidate in the next election in Haiti.
So what's the big deal? He is Haitian and as any Haitian has the right to run if he believes he can serve his country.
However, since the news came out that Nicholas Duvalier is likely to run for office, this has been reported to have caused general panic in the Lavalas hierarchy. Nicholas is the son of former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier and grandson of another former dictator Francois Duvalier,
Here is Nicholas Duvalier, the son of former Haitian president Jean-Claude Duvalier and grand son of Francois Duvalier. Both Nicholas and Jean-Claude are currently living in the country and both meet the requirements to run for office.
I just want to bring this idea as I have seen it running its course in the social media. What do you think about an eventual candidacy of Francois Nicholas Duvalier for Senate at the next election in Haiti?
There are many interests and many potential candidates for the coming election that has not been scheduled yet. However, it will be one of the most important one as it will create the environment for the next presidential election in Haiti
Now here is a survey that is going to cause lots of disagreement among Haitians.According to Newlink Research, President Michel Martelly's approval rating went up to 80.5%.
Are you willing to convince the current opposition to the Martelly government that Haitian people are just in love with their president? What about Moise Jean-Charles? Does that mean he will never accomplish his goal which is to watch Martelly on his way out of the country; but this time for good?
Newlink-Dagmar surveyed a total of 1098 Haitians between December 11 and 17. The poll has a margin of error of +/-5 percent at the 90% confidence level.
The Video that says it all: Division in Fanmi Lavalas. The supporters of Moise Jean Charles would not let Maryse Narcisse talk. Can this division actually take down Fanmi Lavalas?
Here is the video that will explain all that. D
What do you think will likely happen?
Will Moise Jean Charles and Arnel Belizaire be reinstated in the Fanmi lavalas to avoid any further problem/
What do you think Jena Bertrand Aristide should do at this point?
Some people seem to forget that. So in case you are nor aware, there is a chance that the next senatorial election in Haitia can be very interesting leading to the next presidential election that can be one of the most interesting election in the history of Haiti.
On Monday, December 16, 2013 to commemorate the election that brought Jean Bertrand Aristide to power, several grassroots organizations around the Fanmi Lavalas party started a demonstration from St. Jean Bosco church to end the Aristide Foundation for Democracy". On behalf of Jean Bertrand Aristide, Mildred Trouillot Aristide thank the crowd for making the trip. "Yon sèl machwè paka manje vyann" asking for unity
This Monday, December 16, 2013, two of the most outspoken critics of the Martelly government have a date at "the Barreau de Port-au-Prince. André Michel and Newton St-Juste are to appear there to explain why they accused both President Michel Martelly and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe in being involved in corruption and Drug trafficking.
What will likely happen?
By asking attorneys André Michel and Newton Louis St-Juste to come at the Barreau de Port-au-Prince they actually provide a new forum for them to publish their message. Most likely they will come up with new accusations on the government.
Here is a video of Simon Dieuseul Desras in an unsuccessful attempt to reconcile Maryse Narcisse and Moise Jean Charles. In this meeting recently held in the City of les cayes, Senator Deras did his best to bring the two sides together but it did not work. Moise Jean Charles and Maryse Narciss stayed in opposite sides of the Fanmi lavalas party.
Monchè se sa ke mwen rele "Teate". Eske nou konnin gade match Resling? Se pa lot bagay se yon match resling. Nan match resling, nou konnin ke bagay yo pa vre, min nou rinmin gade li: paceke ginyin kompetisyon ki fè ke li interessan. Anbin, nan ka Fanmi Lavalas ki divise antre Maryse Narcisse et Moise Jean Charles, se minm bagay-la. Pa gin anyin ki verite nan sa. Meciedam yo ak jwe ak moun et sa ki interessan-an, nou tout pran nan jwet la.
As a result of the public note issued by Fanmi Lavalas on November 29 to let the public know that neither Senator Moïse Jean Charles nor Arnel Belizaire have the right to speak on behalf of the party, an ultimatum has been issued by Moise Jean Charles. According to the later, Jean Bertrand Aristide has only fifteen days to say whether or not he endorse the decision of the board of the party. If he does not talk on the matter within 15 days, Moise will put some "kaka Chat" out.
Knowing what Moise Jean charles know, will Jean Bertrand Aristide say something before the 15 days deadline to avoid any revelation that might put him in a bind?
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