Jean Henri Ceant
The G8 can no longer exist as one of the member left. This is the case when Jean-Henry Céant calls it quit. In a letter addressed to his colleagues of G8 former presidential candidate under the banner of Renmen Ayiti, Jean-Henry Céant made the announcement that he was forced to leave the G8. As a result, he has dissociated himself from the group
Information obtained from some reliable sources confirmed that there is currently discussion underway to increase the chances of the PHTK candidate Jovenel Moise to win the next Presidential election. We were told that there is a great possibility that the candidates Steeve Khawly of BOUCLIER and Jean Henry Céant from Renmen Ayiti to join PHTK candidate Jovenel Moise.
Nothing has been made public yet. However, the plan is for the candidates of BOUCLIER and Renmen Ayiti to withdraw their candidacy and throw their support behind Jovenel Moise. This is not a done deal yet but it is possible that an announcement will be made soon in this regard.
Throughout the history of Haiti, only a few political parties have had a strong organizational structure. In the 1870s and the 1880s, the Liberal Party and the National Party were the two dominant political parties in Haiti reflecting the social and class division that exists in the country. On one side, you see the Liberals party composed mainly of the wealthier and better-educated mulatto minority in Haiti. On the other hand, the Nationalists Party, made mainly of the lower-and middle-class black majority.
Following the United States occupation (1915-34), the nationalist parties organized around the issue of resistance to foreign occupation. The political parties in Haiti started multiplying during the presidential campaign of 1946. Many candidates were participating, including: Parti Socialiste (PSP), Parti Democrate Unifi (PDU), Mouvement Ouvrier Paysan (MOP) and many more. During the Duvalier reign, most political leaders had been silenced.
As the Haitian president Michel Martelly is in the process of selecting a new Prime Minister for Haiti after the defeat of his previous candidate Daniel Rouzier, three names have made the final. According to some reliable sources for the "Haitian Joudalist", the three candidates for the post are Bernard Gousse, Jean Henry Céant and Jean Max Bellerive.
You can definitely bet your bottom dollar that one of these three will be proposed for the post of Prime Minister. The executive branch is currently in negotiation with both houses (Upper and Lower house) so that a final candidate can be selected between Bernard Gousse, Jean Henry Céant and Jean Max Bellerive.
The Haitian population now only have two choices as the CEP announced the result of the 2010 Haiti election.
Coming first is Mirlande Manigat with 336,878 votes or 31.37 percent of the votes. Jude Celestin was second with 241,462 votes or 22.48 percent of the votes. Michel Martelly was third, with 234,617 votes or 21.84 percent of the votes. Jean Henri Ceant, with 87,834 votes or 8.18 percent of the votes. Jacques-Edouard Alexis came with 32,932 votes or 3.07 percent of the votes. Charles Henry Baker, 25,512 votes or 2.38 percent. Chavannes Jeunes had a total of 19,348 votes or 1.8 percent of the votes. All other candidates have less than one percent of the votes.
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!
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