Video Report - Michel Martelly in Cap-Haitian walked from Airport to Place Dame

Here is a video report of Haitian president Michel Martelly during a visit to the city of Cap-Haitian on July 24, 2011. The president actually walked from Cap-Haitian airport all the way to the Place Notre Dame of Cap-Haitian. This video takes you to the entire journey. the president, sometimes dances, sometimes run as the population was singing and dancing. All the people were apparently very happy to see their president being just like them.


As he arrived at the Place Notre Dame of Cap-Haitian, President Michel Martelly visited several location, including "Archeveche du Cap".

In a speech in front of the adoring fans, President talked about the promises he made during his campaign. He stated that today he has an estimated 4 million dollars available to sent children to school for free, and that President Bill Clinton added 1.2 million to contribute to the fund. He said that he will publish the names of 100,000 Haitian children that the fund will pay for their school.

Martelly also discussed the problem with available funding for housing. He also discussed the reason why the construction for Cap-Haitian airport stopped recently. The president also wants the money generated by Labadee to remain in Cap-Haitian

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