Moise Jean-Charles in open conflict with Fanmi Lavalas Hierarchy

People say a picture is worth a thousand words. With this new development in the Fanmi Lavalas where there is a public conflict between Senator Moise Jean-Charles and Deputy Arnel Belizaire on the one side and Maryse Narcisse, Pasha Vorbe and Claude Roumain on the other, I call it simple Sibling Rivalry.

ADVERTISEMENT


Fanmi Lavalas with Maryse Narcisse and Moise Jean charles

Mezanmi, Mwen ta Konseye Nou Gade Bagay la Pi Prè

Here is the picture that makes sense to me in term of how I see the new and restructured Lavalas Party following this new development:

THE NEW LAVALAS STRUCTURE:

A: Jean Bertrand Aristide as the Spiritual Leader of LAVALAS with two major currents: The Lavalas Hierarchy and Baz Lavalas, managing both.

B: The Lavalas Hierarchy likely to be headed by Maryse Narcisse is to be a moderate group, respecting all political rules and regulations with the objective to acquire power. "Fok Prezidan-an Fè 5 An", "Pa gin violans",

C: The Baz Lavalas, likely to be headed by Moise Jean Charles has for objective to rally the deprived, unsatisfied Haitian mass. "Revandicasyon Pep", "Dechoukage", "Moun an Ro Vs Moun Anba", "Moun Rich Vs Moun Pov", "Ti Neg Roug Vs ti Neg Nwè", all included.

Please tell me if you are looking at it from the same angle with me

Reply to this article

Read more: jean-bertrand aristide, Jean Bertrand Aristide, Arnel Belizaire, Moise Jean Charles, Race in Haiti, Black Vs Mulato, Moise Jean-Charles, Fanmi lavalas, Maryse Narcisse, Race, Dechoukage, Pasha Vorbe, Claude Roumain, Lavalas Hierarchy, Baz Lavalas, Newsletter Articles, Politics

« Me Andre Michel blames Martelly for resurgence of the class struggle - Video | Main | Haitian Nurse suing hospital for teasing with Voodoo Doll »

Return to Articles List

Leave a Reply

Name (required)

E-mail (required, will not be published)

Subject: Moise Jean-Charles in open conflict with Fanmi Lavalas Hierarchy edit

» »

Our objective is to share with you news and information about Haiti and the people of Haiti. Traditions, habits and the way we were  or  grew are alive in this site. We highly recommend that you Subscribe to our Newsletter and also share with us some of the things that are memorable and made us unique people.