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President Michel Martelly holds citizenship in foreign countries, Senator Moise Jean-Charles

May the real Haitian stand up. According to Senator Moise Jean-Charles President Michel Martelly has renounced his Haitian citizenship and is not qualified to be president.

In this article, I am including the picture of a passport that was circulating on the web recently about a passport from the president. It is clearly a fake document

The declaration of the Haitian Senator did not stop at the Head of state. The senate commission that investigated the nationalities of the government found out that the government has many members who are currently foreign citizens. Beside President Michel Michel Martelly, Senator Moise Jean-Charles also listed the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Laurent Lamothe, the Minister of Tourism Stephanie Balmir Villedrouin and the Secretary of State for the Interior, Georges Racine.

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Michel Martelly should ask for forgiveness to end Affair Arnel Belizaire

The first time that President Michel Martelly took a position on the illegal arrest of Deputy Arnel Belizaire was a few days after he arrived at Airport Toussaint Louverture, in Port-au-Prince. The president stated clearly that he's not implicated in the affair of Arnel Belizaire "Ni de près ni de loin".

"Ni de près ni de loin"

How many people believe the president was telling the truth when he said that he was not implicated in the affair of Arnel Belizaire "Ni de près ni de loin"?

On the other hand, President Michel Martelly was quick to ask for forgiveness for crimes committed by the Haitian Military. He was willing to ask for forgiveness in front of the Haitian public for a group that has committed many crimes in the past and with which he has nothing to do with. In another term, President was not implicated with the Haitian military : Ni de près ni de loin"

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Michel Martelly meets Jean Bertrand Aristide

This is pure history making picture. The current president Michel Martelly meets with Jean Bertrand Aristide on Wednesday, October 12, 2011. Will this day be considered in Haiti history as the day of general reconciliation.

So much was said between these two leaders. At one point, Michel Martelly was openly critical of Jean Bertrand Aristide.

However, the time has come where it is no longer something personal. We have a country to defend.

It seems to me that Michel Martell has done just that.

The big reunion about Haiti is now underway

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Michel Martelly received Great Cross of the Order Gil Colunje award in Panama

Michel Martelly the president of Haiti recently visited Panama City where he was crowned and honored with one of the highest awards ever given to foreigners. This is the Great Cross of the Order Gil Colunje award which is given to those that have proved to be great achievers and those working for the welfare of their country.

Michel Martelly was recently at the 3rd Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Caribbean to Gros Islet (St Lucia) where immediately they left he went to panama to receive this award. In his acceptance speech he said that the award rejuvenated his admirations and plans for his country where he was totally dedicated and focused into achieving what has been rejected from the country for a very long time and which is a good leadership.

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People in Cap-Haitian threw stones and bottles at Michel Martelly

The "Haitian Joudalist" just learned that Michel Martelly received a rude welcome in Cap-Haitian during a visit over the weekend.

According to Taiwan News, people in a crowd of thousands threw rocks and bottles at the Haitian President Michel Martelly while he was in a visit in the city of Cap-Haitian. The president was not hurt, however, several arrests were made as a result of the incident.

Is this a sign of frustration with the population?

Since President Michel Martelly became president, he has not been able to put a government in place. His first two Prime Ministers designee so far have not been successful.

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President Rene Preval meets with President-elect Michel Martelly - Live Video

Here is a first in the history of Haiti. Two Haitian presidents, not of the same political party, are having a smooth transition.

My Friend, could you believe this? Michel Martelly meeting Rene Preval at the invitation of the later to discuss the transition from Rene Preval to Michel Martelly in the Haitian government.

Wait! ....What ever happen to "Dechoukaj"

Banm Ter a Blanch......

The "Haitian Joudalist" has obtained the video of the meeting between Rene Preval and Michel Martelly. In brief, Rene Preval explained that thi is not the first time they talk and that Michel is an old friend. The two also talked about what is currently going on in the country. According to President Rene Preval, Haiti does not need "Dirigent", but needs the country to succeed. He also said that it is not about Michel Martell or Rene Preval, "We need to put our heads together to make it work in the country", said the current leader.

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FLASH - Michel Martelly is expected to be the winner of the election - Miami Herald

According to Miami Herald, Michel Martelly is reportedly the winner of the Election. The Miami Herald just reported the news now as we speak.

Actual quote from Miami Herald:
" Former singer Michel 'Sweet Micky' Martelly is expected to be the next president of Haiti, observers say, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat."

Sa Se Nouvel Vant Bef....

The Miami Herald also reported:
" Michel "Sweet Micky'' Martelly, 50, has received more than the required 50 percent plus one of the vote required to beat longtime opposition leader and former first lady Mirlande Manigat to win Haiti's first presidential runoff election in a quarter century. Martelly reportedly won the election by a 3-1 margin."

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Are Mirlande Manigat and Michel Martelly under gag order

I noticed that since the end of the run-off election in Haiti, there has not been any word from any of the two candidates.

"Eske Chat Pran lang Yo?"

Maybe it's me. Let me ask you the question: Have you heard any statement about the election or the result by either Mirlande Manigat of Michel Martelly?

Why is it for some issues we can never come to an agreement and for others, we agree immediately?

Do you want me to give you some examples?

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Michel Martelly is getting closer and closer to become the next President of Haiti

Just 10 days before the Presidential run-off election in Haiti, Michel Martelly is leading in the poll. A poll conducted by a private Haitian research group found that Michel Martelly is ahead of Mirlande Manigat by more than 4 points. According to the pollster, a survey conducted between March 3 and March 6 to 6000 Haitians found that 50.8 percent supports Michel Martelly, compared to 46.2 percent who said that they will vote for Mirlande Manigat.

Another important point to notice is that Haitian men tend to stay with Martelly and Haitian women favor Manigat.

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Michel Martelly in Financial problem as he lost three homes to foreclosure

Our presidential candidate Michel Martelly can feel our pain because he knows what it feels like not to be able to pay his bills. The "Haitian Joudalist" just learned that Michel Martelly, aka Sweet Micky, lost three properties in South Florida due to foreclosure.

The Miami Herald reported that our potential president, Michel Martelly, lost three houses recently in South Florida. In addition, there is a loan for over $1 million that he stopped payment on.

One of the foreclosed homes was a 5-bedroom house located in Royal Palm Beach. According to Miami Herald: "The Haitian presidential candidate Michel Martelly bought in 2005 a $900,000 Palm Beach County home and lost it in foreclosure. "

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