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Joseph ak Wencesclas Lambert kounye a diplomat apre defet yo

Defèt frè Lambert yo nan eleksyon ki sot pase a an Ayiti te yon sipriz pou anpil moun.

Sepandan, sa ki te plis etone se te ak kalm relatif ak fasilite ke tou de, Joseph Lambert ak Wincesclass Lambert, te aksepte defèt yo. Rezon ki fè sa te pwobableman paske yo te gen kèk garanti ke tout bagay ta vire soti bon. Kounye a li evidan bagay yo byen pou yo tou de. Nou apran ke de mesye sa yo kounye a fè pati diplomasi ayisyen an. Dapre yon sous ou fè konfyans , Joseph Lambert jwenn nominasyon nan tèt Anbasad ayisyen nan Santo Domingo. Wencesclas Lambert menm l 'la pral an chaj nan Konsila ayisyen an nan Il Tirk ak Kayiko. An tout ka, sa pa twò mal pou de kandida ki jis pèdi nan yon gro eleksyon. Sa a se yon konpansasyon jenere paske yo te jwè an ekip

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Haiti Ambassador Daniel Supplice Removed From Post

On Tuesday, July 21, 2015, Daniel Supplice, who was appointed as the Haitian ambassador to Santo Domingo by replacing Fritz Cineas in last February, has been removed "permanently" from his post by the Haitian government. As per Foreign Ministry information, Supplice was not defending his country appropriately amid the current immigration issues with the Dominican Republic. He recently had made a public statement to the daily 'Le Nouvelliste' blaming own government that they were responsible for the fact that due to lack of documentation, a good number of Haitians living illegally in the D.R could not register under the regularizing plan before the deadline of June 17th. In his remark, he had said that Haiti's Immigrant Documentation Program (PIDIH) to help Haitian compatriots in the Dominican Republic regularize their status, had failed miserably. The former Haiti General Consul Edwin Paraison, who has spoken personally with Supplice has tweeted that as per Supplice's statement he was primarily called for a consultation but it was a government's decision to recall him to Haiti. However, the former consul considers this as a routine change, to some extent, it is a diplomatic crisis between two neighboring states, but never means their diplomatic ties are broken. As per journalist Edit Febles report on Colorvision Channel 9, until some other arrangement is made, a commercial attaché will manage the Haiti embassy in Santo Domingo.

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Daniel Supplice Letter to President Martelly on Dominican Crisis

Daniel Supplice response to the President of Haiti following his revocation as Haiti Ambassador to the Dominican Republic. Mr. Supplice lays some blames on the Haitian authorities for the conditions so many of our compatriots are living in in the Dominican Republic.

Here is the letter written by former Haiti Ambassador to the Dominican, Mr. Daniel Supplice to President Michel Martelly:

""Mr. President,

After having for 92 days carried with honor, respect, patriotism and national consciousness the bicolor in the territory of Duarte, Sanchez and Mejia, I have the honor to return you without dirtying in its glorious folds with the patriotic feeling of having tried to be helpful.

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Haiti loses former ambassador Guy Alexandre

Unfortunately Guy Alexandre, Haitian diplomat and professor, died at the age of sixty-eight from a heart attack in Port-au-Prince on 28th February 2014.

Mr. Alexandre was born in St. Marc, in 1945. At the age of forty-six, he became Haiti's diplomat to the Dominican Republic. He then became an important person, who could help people have a better understanding of the tense diplomatic relations between the two countries. Alexandre would lose this diplomatic post in 2003.

In 2004, he started working as a senior advisor to the Haitian Government for international relations. He left the post in 2006. After this he started working as a senior advisor and program manager in the International Organization for Migration in Haiti. A short time ago he published a book that was about how to improve the relationship of the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

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Tit for Tat as Dominican recalled Ambassador to Haiti

The Dominican Republic is now involved in an open conflict with Haiti. The government of the Dominican Republic has recalled its Ambassador to Haiti, Ruben Silie, for consultation.

This is the latest attack coming from our neighbor.

The government of the Dominican Republic revealed that it had recalled their Ambassador Ruben Silie due to recent action of Haitian authorities to violate a joint statement signed recently.

My suggestion is that we need to be ready to take anything they are willing to throw at us at this time while we are working toward a plan for our long term independence from the Dominican Republic.

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Haitian-American Patrick Gaspard Named U.S. South African Ambassador

Haitian-American Patrick Gaspard has just been selected by U.S. President Barack Obama as Ambassador to South Africa. Originally from the Republic of Congo, his family immigrated to New York City when he was still a child. He has been involved in local and national politics almost three decades.

He began his career as a public servant working as a Deputy Assistant during New York Mayor David Dinkins term in office. That position led him to become head of the New York City Council. In 2003, he entered national politics and served as an advance man for Howard Dean's presidential campaign. Having acquired political chops, he got involved with union politics, holding the position of Executive Vice President and Political Director of Service Employees International Union.

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France's new Ambassador to Haiti, Patrick Nicoloso, Patrick Nicoloso

Patrick Nicoloso, who was declared the new ambassador to Haiti for France, arrived Haiti on Sunday June 23, 2013. A decree was published on May 24. The decree appointed Patrick Nicoloso as the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the French Republic to the Republic of Haiti. Patrick Nicoloso was preceded by Didier Le Bret. Didier Le Bret has been serving as French Ambassador to Haiti since 2009. The former Ambassador has now been appointed as Crisis Centre of French's Ministry of Foreign Affairs' director.

Patrick Nicoloso who is aged 61 has a very successful diplomatic career. He has worked as French diplomat in countries like Italy, Jordan, Brazil and Libya. Nicoloso has also held several other important diplomatic posts throughout his career. Among the most recent of his diplomatic associations was his service as French Ambassador to Sudan. Nicoloso who has been appointed as the French Ambassador to Haiti by a Presidential decree, was born on April 3, 1952 and had been working as French diplomat since 1976.

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Emile Saint-Lot, Haiti's first United Nations Ambassador

Every century is graced by certain men who have helped to write the course of many countries, including their own. At the turn of the 20th Century, in 1904 to be exact, Haiti gave birth to just one of its contributions to that circle.

When Emile Saint-Lot first caught the fever to defend his country, he was all but a boy, witnessing first-hand the military invasion by the US, which occupied Haiti between 1915 and 1937. He would go on to study and practice journalism and to teach law, finally becoming a senator and civil court chief justice. His election as senator of the West on the 19th of June, 1946 came a year after his taking the role of Haiti's first United Nations Ambassador. He also served as a Security Council member, with the task of voting on whole nations' independence. He would cast this powerful vote for countries like Libya (about whose independence he presented an impassioned speech to the UN in 1957), Somalia and Israel.

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Daniel Supplice, New Haiti's ambassador to the Dominican Republic

We received the news that Daniel Supplice, the former Minister of Haitians Living Abroad, was appointed on March 5, 2013 by President Michel Martelly to become the new Haiti's ambassador to the Dominican Republic.

Daniel Supplice is a well known and experienced Haitian Foreign Diplomat. He was Consul General of Haiti in Tokyo, Japan from 1973 to 1974, First Secretary, Embassy of Haiti, in Rome, Italy from 1974 to 1976, First Secretary, Embassy of Haiti in Mexico City from 1976 to 977. He was also Director General of Immigration and Emigration from 1977 to 1979, Director General of Immigration and Emigration in 1979, Under-Secretary of State for the Interior and National Defence from 1979 to 1981.

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Ed Lozama, Volunteer Ambassador for the Promotion of South of Haiti

Ed Lozama is a popular radio personality in both Florida and Haiti's media industry and now a Vonlunteer Ambassador. He began his career in radio during his teenage years and has since then grown into one of the most respected radio broadcaster in his homeland and in the United States. Born and raised in Haiti, he studied broadcasting in the state of Chicago and settled in Miami for a few years, making a name for himself in Florida's radio industry. He then worked as a journalist to Voice of America but then decided to go back to Haiti to continue pursuing radio broadcasting there.

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