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Michel Martelly meets Jean Bertrand Aristide

This is pure history making picture. The current president Michel Martelly meets with Jean Bertrand Aristide on Wednesday, October 12, 2011. Will this day be considered in Haiti history as the day of general reconciliation.

So much was said between these two leaders. At one point, Michel Martelly was openly critical of Jean Bertrand Aristide.

However, the time has come where it is no longer something personal. We have a country to defend.

It seems to me that Michel Martell has done just that.

The big reunion about Haiti is now underway

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Jean-Bertrand Aristid is Back, will have major speech next Month

The "Haitian Joudalist" has learned that former Haitian President, Mr. Jean-Bertrand Aristide will come out of his silence to deliver his first major speech since returned in Haiti. It has been five Months since his return and the Lavalas leader has kept a low profile for for five Months. All that is to end next Month when Jean-Bertrand Aristide will deliver his first major speech in Haiti since.

According to Former Senator Louis Gerald Gilles, Former President Aristide will deliver his speech during a ceremony in October to inaugurat the expansion of his University. No exact date for the speech was announced.

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Will the next Prime Minister be Dr. Garry Conille?

All the arrows seem to be going in one direction at this time. All the major news medias are confirming that Dr. Garry Conille was the the candidate selected by President Michel Martelly to become the next Prime Minister of Haiti.

Who is Dr. Garry Conille? He is a forty five years old. Dr. Garry Conille is a graduate of College Canado Haitien. He also studied at the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of the UEH in Haiti and at the University of North Carolina in the United States.

What are his chance to become the next prime Minister of Haiti if in fact Dr. Garry Conille is the choice of President Michel Martelly?

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Funeral announcement for all Traditional Haitian politicians - Burial date: May 14

We are announcing with pain and regret the death of Traditional Haitian Politic with the passage of this Election disaster in Haiti. This natural disaster, although unavoidable, took the lives of so many who were dear to the Haitian people. The funeral will be held on May 14, 2011, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in front of many Haitian and International observers.

Like many things we are use to for a long time, it will be hard for us to accept that those people who have dominated our political life for so long are no more.
The "Haitian Joudalist" is saying: "Traditional Haitian politic is over"

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Demonstrators set UNITE Party headquarter on Fire

The Haiti Election results that put Mirlande Manigat and Jude Celestin in the lead to participate in the runoff election set protestation incidents all over Haiti. In Port-au-Prince, protesters set fire to the headquarter or the UNITE party, the political party of President Rene Preval and under which Jude Celestin is currently candidate.

It was reported that thousands of protesters rampaged divers neighborhoods in the capital. They set fire to the headquarter of the Unite party. We were able to see flames and smokes coming out of the facility before fire trucks arrived at the location and control the fire.

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Wyclef Jean For President of Haiti. What do you think?

It might become a reality. It is possible that the internationally known Musician Wyclef Jean can become the next president of Haiti.

The Haitian Joudalist received information from Ms. Sara Holbrooke, a CNN reporter, that Mr. Wyclef Jean is thinking about running for President of Haiti. It is also reported that Wyclef already completed all the required paperwork to run in the next Haiti Presidential election scheduled to take place in November of 2010 and told CNN that he can't continue to sing forever.

What do you make of this?

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Can Sweet Mickey really be the Next President of Haiti?

Can someone help the "Haitian Joudalist" answer this question: How does Sweet Mickey move from this to the Presidency of Haiti?

Do you think Sweet Micky is serious about wanting to become president for Haiti?

It's official, Michel, AKA Sweet Mickey is eligible and is running for President of Haiti.

A pa li Papa!

Everyone is running for president in Haiti, except those who can really change the country. See this video of the potentially next president of Haiti Mickey performing live: (video not available)

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Marie St. Fleur is back in Boston Politics

The Haitian American Marie St. Fleur is back with an appointment to a top post in Mayor Thomas M. Menino's administration. In this new role, St. Fleur will be responsible to help the mayor better direct city resources to families with children in underperforming schools, oversee the New Bostonians Office, and improve assistance to small businesses owned by women and minorities.

After a long silence, with revelations of personal financial problems that derailed the rising star's bid for lieutenant governor, Marie St. Fleur is back and she represents proud for the Haitian community in the Boston area.

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Marleine Bastien, Rudolph Moise, Yolly Roberson, Philippe Brutus fight for U.S. Congress

Will we see the first Haitian American in U.S. Congress?

Four Haitian Americans are candidates for the congressional seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek.

The four Haitian American candidates in the district where the population is about one-third Haitian, include: Dr. Rudolph Moise, 55, a family physician, lawyer and Haitian movie star; Marleine Bastien, 50, executive director of the Haitian Women of Miami and a longtime community activist; state Rep. Yolly Roberson, 54, a lawyer and nurse, and her ex-husband Phillip Brutus, 52, a lawyer and former state legislator.

This race could result in the first member of U.S. Congress born in Haiti

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Does Wyclef Jean want to be President of Haiti?

Wyclef Jean has been the star player in Haiti for a while now, does that mean he want to be president of Haiti?

For the past decade, Wyclef Jean has been advocating for Haiti and Haitians all over the world. He has spearheaded relief efforts in Haiti, following the massive earthquake which devastated the country in January, 2010.

In 2005, Jean established the Yele Haiti Foundation which provided scholarships to 3,600 children in Gonaives, Haiti, after the devastation by Hurricane Jeanne. In its second year of operation, Yele Haiti Foundation almost doubled the amount of the scholarships and spreaded them throughout Haiti, providing tuition in 5 regions.

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