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Mildred Aristide

Now look at me inside the national palace with champagne, said Lavalas activist

Jean-Bertrand Aristide And A Rooster

There is no doubt that several factions of the Lavalas movement were present in force at the National Palace for the inauguration of Jocelerme Privert as Haiti new Provisional President. The event was marked by the presence of the current Fanmi Lavalas presidential candidate Maryse Narcisse and Aristide 's own wife, Mildred Aristide. Some people said that Jean Bertrand Aristide had deployed his heaviest weapon in a show of force.

Ores Nixon who is a Fanmi lavalas activist in the street was also present during the inauguration of Jocelerme Privert. According to Ores, "The last time I came to the palace was in 2003 when President Aristide was in power, now look at me, inside the national palace with a glass of champagne, celebrating the inauguration of our President Jocelerme Privert"

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Maryse Narcisse, Mildred Trouillot Aristide at Jocelerme Privert's investiture

Maryse Narcisse, Mildred Trouillot Aristide at Jocelerme Privert's investiture

Is the election of Jocelerme Privert as Provisional President coup d'etat by Fanmi lavalas and Jean Bertrand Aristide? Here is a picture of Presidential Candidate under Fanmi Lavalas Maryse Narcisse and the wife of President Jean Bertrand Aristide, Mildred Trouillot Aristide, as they were in attendance at the investiture of Provisional President Jocelerme Privert at the National Palace

What do you think?

Haitian Kreyol:

Maryse Narcisse, Mildred Trouillot Aristide nan envèstitur Jocelerme Privert

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Jean Bertrand Aristide to publicly support Maryse Narcisse

Jean-Bertrand Aristide Denied Passport To Return To Haiti

To all those who thought that former President Jean Bertrand Aristide can't speak out, I have some news for you. Titide will will not remain quite forever. As a matter of fact, you will be hearing from him soon. The announcement was made by the former First Lady Mildred Trouillot Aristide.

Many people so far think that the former Fanmi lavalas leader, Mr. Jean Bertrand Aristide has been ordered not to speak out. According to Mildred Trouillot Aristide, that is not the case. She informed the public on Wednesday during a celebration march for Aristide's 62nd anniversary that her husband will make public his support for the Fanmi lavalas candidate Maryse Narcisse.

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Is Mildred Trouillot Aristide a leader in the making?

Mildred Trouillot Aristide

Some people seem to forget that. So in case you are nor aware, there is a chance that the next senatorial election in Haitia can be very interesting leading to the next presidential election that can be one of the most interesting election in the history of Haiti.

On Monday, December 16, 2013 to commemorate the election that brought Jean Bertrand Aristide to power, several grassroots organizations around the Fanmi Lavalas party started a demonstration from St. Jean Bosco church to end the Aristide Foundation for Democracy". On behalf of Jean Bertrand Aristide, Mildred Trouillot Aristide thank the crowd for making the trip. "Yon sèl machwè paka manje vyann" asking for unity

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Aristide Foundation for Democracy Health fair with Dr. Maryse Narcisse & Lunise Morse

In Tabarre, Haiti, a Mother's Day Health Fair was held by the Aristide Foundation for Democracy (AFD) Saturday May 11th. Hundreds of residents showed up for free health exams, administered by AFD University freshman nursing students. On hand for the fair was ex-First Lady, Mildred Aristide, and Lunise Morse of political party, Fanmi Lavalas. She is preparing a run as a senatorial candidate in Legislative elections some time this year. Ex-President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, whose supporters created Fanmi Lavalas, believes Morse stands a good chance of winning a seat in Parliament. He claims his party has grown steadily stronger over the years.

Since Aristides's ouster at the end of his second term in 2004, he has lived in Africa until his return to Haiti in 2011. Although exiled for seven years, Aristide, who exerts enormous influence within and without Haiti, raised enough funding to start his foundation and build a medical school, the Aristide Foundation University (AFUNI).

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