Jean Bertrand Aristide and Maryse Narcisse, last day campaign

Just a few hours before the closing of the election campaign period, the leader of the Fanmi Lavalas Party, Jean Bertrand Aristide went to the streets of Port-au-Prince with his Candidate Maryse Narcisse. This is what one would call a Hell Mary pass.


For the second time in a month former President Aristide publicly supported his party's (Fanmi Lavalas) candidate, Maryse Narcisse, as Haiti's next president.

Aristide and Narcisse emerged from his home in an open-roof vehicle to wave to hundreds of supporters, many of them from Cite Soleil, a Port-au-Prince slum.

Their appearance was part of a campaign parade of vehicles signifying the end of Narcisse's campaign before Haitians head to the polls soon.

WATCH VIDEO: Jean Bertrand Aristide and Maryse Narcisse campaigning

The two were seeing waiving to thousands of supporters in an open top car. As the two left the residence of Mr. Aristide, the crowd got bigger and bigger until they returned home.

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Marc says...

Aristide should be in prison for life
not in the streets of

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Julio De Castro says...

After destroying the country for more than 25 years, the country does not need an other Lavalas, that would be the end of the

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