RE: Canadian Government Faired Jean-Bertrand Aristide Return After...

Lyoneljp - April 26 2011, 6:11 AM

When Aristide was in office they were new law repealed child (mostly chattel) domestic service, and another one prohibited trafficking in persons.

Haiti's hated military was disbanded.

Ordinary Haitians experienced unprecedented free speech, assembly, and personal safety.

A National Commission for Truth and Justice was created to investigate and report on crimes committed during the 1991 - 94 coup period.

As a result, former soldiers and paramilitaries were tried, those found guilty convicted in fair proceedings.

That was democracy my friend, tell the truth next time you talking about Titide.

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The Canadian government acted quite appropriately...

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