Haiti’s Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe resigns after protests

BBC, 14 December 2014 Haiti’s prime minister has resigned, after violent anti-government protests over delayed elections. (File photograph of Laurent Lamothe, Mr Lamothe had been prime minister since 2012 ) “I am leaving the post of prime minister this evening with a feeling of accomplishment,” Laurent Lamothe said in a televised address. Protesters had called for […]

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Resignation of Laurent Lamothe and his ministers

Haiti Libre, 12/14/2014 Resignation of Laurent Lamothe and his ministers It is confirmed, on the National Television of Haiti (TNH) Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, announced that he had resigned as Prime Minister of Haiti, position he held since May 2012. Following the message to the Nation on Friday of President Martelly announcing “I agree with […]

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Haiti’s president sacrifices prime minister in bid to reunite country

Reuters, By Amelie Baron PORT-AU-PRINCE Sat Dec 13, 2014 (Reuters) – Haitian president Michel Martelly agreed to seek the resignation of his prime minister on Friday, after accepting the recommendations of a special commission appointed to resolve a long-running political dispute that has blocked elections. (Photo: A demonstrator carries a portrait depicting Prime Minister Laurent […]

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The IDB gives Haiti a $36 million grant for sustainable tourism on its southern coast

IDB News Release, December 12, 2014 The grant will tap Haitian historic, cultural and natural resources to create jobs The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $36 million grant to foster tourism around Haitian historic, cultural and natural resources along the country’s southern coastline that will create tourism-related jobs for the region’s low-income residents. […]

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Is Haiti Really a “High-Risk” Country?

The Haitian Times, By Max A. Joseph Jr., December 10, 2014 As far as anyone can remember, conquests and domination have always played a prominent role in international relations regardless of conventions meant to eradicate the practice. Hence, the occupation of Haiti under Chapter VII of the U.N Charter,which authorizes the collective use of force […]

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Largest Open-Air Haitian Marketplace Comes to Fond Parisien

The Haitian Times, December 7, 2014 The largest open-air marketplace in Haiti will open in Fond Parisien on Dec. 9, marketplace organizers announced. Gwo Mache Mirak (Grand Miracle Market) will feature fresh produce and poultry, as well as dry goods, clothing, household items, cosmetics and electronics for sale. “Gwo Mache Mirak will greatly strengthen local […]

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Martelly creates the surprise!

Haiti Libre, 12/07/2014 Friday evening at the Karibe Convention Center, the President Martelly created the surprise by conducting a sale-signing of his autobiography “Michel Martelly”, whose according to our information, no one had the scoop until that date Also a surprise, because few Haitian politicians in function did it before him. In general, we not […]

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Haiti to improve children’s education with $50 million IDB grant

IDB News Release, Dec 6, 2012 Project will focus on improving education access and quality as part of the Haitian Education Plan 2010 – 2015 for as many as 360,000 children Haiti will improve education for as many as 360,000 children from preschool through grade 9 with a $50 million grant from the Inter-American Development […]

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Art Basel Miami Stretches Into Little Haiti

The New York Times, By Melena Ryzik Dec. 5, 2014 MIAMI — “My name is Richard, I’m from New York City, and I’m happy to be here in Art Basel Miami,” the singer Richard Kennedy, of the dance music act Hercules and Love Affair, announced into a mike late on Wednesday night, before launching into […]

December 6, 2014 in Haiti News by

3 Questions With Haitian-American Filmmaker Tirif Alexius

The Haitian Times, December 5, 2014 Lakay tells the tale of two Haitian-American brothers who journey to the small island in search of relatives after the catastrophic earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010. The newly-released documentary by Chicago-based Haitian-American filmmaker Tirf Alexius, was released nationwide in October. (Photo: Dir/Prod Tirf Alexius, Road Mgr-Bruno Robert, Prod/Writer […]

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