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Spotlight on Liliane Pierre-Paul as husband Anthony Barbier appointed

The problems for radio superstar Liliane Pierre-Paul did not finish with the end of Martelly's government. With the decision of Provisional President Jocelerme Privert to pick her husband, Anthony Barbier, to become the new general secretary of the National Palace, the spotlight is once again on her. The social media is already all over her, suggesting that Liliane Pierre-Paul is not going to be as critical to the new government as he was in the past because her husband is in the government of Jocelerme Privert.

What do you think? Will Liliane Pierre-Paul be critical to the government of Jocelerme Privert now that her husband is par of it? Do you think she is willing to put her journalistic career that she spent several years building just for love?

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Martelly attacking Liliane Pierre-Paul with Kanaval 2016, TI LILI

It's official. President Michel Martelly has decided to mark the end of his government in a high note, that is typical of his character. The president has released his carnival meringue for 2016 targeting journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul of Radio Kiskeya. The National Association of Haitian Media (ANMH) has denounced the and condemned this new attempt of the President of the Republic. According to Herold Jean Francois, the President of ANMH, "Liliane Pierre-Paul is one of the characters who are a credit to our country". "The President of the Republic shall be the guarantor of social cohesion and not the instigator of denigration and public lynching of citizens."

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Me Andre Michel blames Martelly for resurgence of the class struggle - Video

Andre Michel is back and this time, as you can see in this video, he put the blame squarely on Michel Martelly for the resurgence of class issue in Haiti. He also said that this did not start today.

He gave some examples: " When Michel Martelly referred to Liliane Pierre-Paul of Radio Quisqueya as "Ti Lili" added Metre Michel, he meant to say that: "Pitit malere, malerese" nan Ti Goave, Moun Tet Grenn, Moun Led.

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He also referred to the first Bal following Martelly inauguration as President in Petion-Ville. According to Andre Michel, Minm moun ki gin koule noir were nor allowed to go in".

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Radio Kiskeya, Liliane Pierre-Paul, response to Martelly's comments on Caraibes

Liliane Pierre-Paul, President of Association of Haitian Media who is also the host of Radio Kiskeya's 4 o'clock news, responded vigorously to President Michel Martelly's comments in which he compared himself and Liliane Pierre-Paul. Pierre-Paul went up to criticize the disparaging comments made by the Head of the State and his executive team in which the Head of the State belittle her by calling her Ti-Lily. Liliane was elected the President of the Association of Haitian Media by her peers. She opened her criticism with a French proverb "Comparaison n'est pas raison..." which means Comparison is not Right or Comparison Proves Nothing.

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Michel Martelly aka Sweet Micky Vs Liliane Pierre Paul aka "Ti Lili"

Does President Michel Martelly have the right to call Liliane Pierre Paul, "Ti Lili"?

President Michel Martelly feels that he has every right in the world to call the popular Kiskeya Radio host "Ti Lili". The problem is that Liliane Pierre Paul does not see it that way.

She went on the air following the interview to bring some precisions that her name was Liliane Pierre Paul, and for her close friends, it is acceptable to call her "Lili and nothing else.

According to the senior journalist and the director of programming at Radio Kiskeya, Lilianne Pierre Paul, in referring to he as "Ti Lili" by the Haitian president, this is a way to demean her. Marvel Dandin also denounced the evil eye of President Michel Martelly against the Haitian Press

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Radio Kiskeya, The Trio Liliane Pierre-Paul, Marvel Dandin and Sony Bastien

Since its inception in 1994, Radio Kiskeya has been a popular addition to the Haitian sound-scape. Founded by Sony Bastien, Marvel Dandin and Liliane Pierre-Paul, three of Haiti's most revered journalists, already well known from their Radio Haiti Inter days, Radio Kiskeya reaches its listeners through relay programmes by its partners Platinum 88.9 FM in Camp Perrin, Tet a Tet 202.9 FM in Saint-Marc and Sans Souci 106.9 FM in Cap-Haïtien.

The station offers myriad ways in which to listen to their broadcast. Keeping up with the stations most popular shows like Public Interest and Pale Poun Vanse is possible by phone in The Dominican Republic, France and the United States. Other locales may keep tuned in on the internet. Those in Haiti need only to tune in to 88.5 to be a part of the Kiskeya listenership.

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Video of Souvenir during the reign of Jean-Claude Duvalier

This video will definitely mean something to many Haitians. It was a time when Haiti was under the dictatorship of Jean-Claude Duvalier. Some people have positive memories of the Duvalier the same way some have negative memories. For some people who will be watching this video, it will remind them of a time when things were good for them in Haiti. However for many, this can only remind them of abuse, repression, death and exile.

During the Duvalier era many names became popular; some in a noble aspect; but many, in unscrupulous ways. Some of the names during both Francois Duvalier and Jean-Claude Duvalier that became famous include the following:

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