Rudy Hériveaux tried to take over Fanmi Lavalas during Aristide's exile
Once in the Senate, Heriveaux's desire to work with President Preval was blocked by his avoidance of anything remotely connected to Aristide. Heriveaux then took a bold step. He and FL parliament group tried to reunite with the FL base to achieve leadership roles in Parliament, but were spurned by FL factions wanting Aristide's return to Haiti. The radical FL members accused Heriveaux of spying for the U.S. Senator Desras has said ". . . the Executive Committee and a good majority of the party are miffed at Senator Heriveaux for his arbitrary claim to party leadership following Aristide's departure." He added "Senator Heriveaux's history shows he is not a true Lavalassian . . ."
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