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Martelly assumes responsibility for crisis as Haiti gets new government

Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, 01/19/2015 With foreign diplomats looking on, an uneasy Haitian President Michel Martelly looked into the television cameras and in a solemn address to the nation, affirmed his support for credible and fair elections even as he assumed “responsibility” for the political stalemate that has plunged Haiti deeper into turmoil. (Photo: […]

January 19, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haiti’s Foreign Minister Asks World to Support New Government

Reuters, January 19, 2015 Haiti’s foreign minister on Monday asked the U.N. Security Council and the rest of the world to continue supporting the impoverished Caribbean nation after President Michel Martelly named a new cabinet to end street protests. Martelly announced his cabinet choices via Facebook late on Sunday night, keeping the ministers of defense, […]

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FLASH : Composition of the new Ministerial Cabinet

Haiti Libre, 01/19/2015 Following the installation of Prime Minister Evans Paul at the Primature the General Secretariat of the Presidency informs the population in general that the Prime Minister, in agreement with the President of the Republic, proceeded this Sunday, January 18, 2015, in accordance with the Constitution, to the formation of the Ministerial Cabinet. […]

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Haiti announces new government, cabinet to be sworn in Monday

Reuters, By Amelie Baron, Port-Au-Prince, Mon Jan 19, 2015 PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – Haitian President Michel Martelly announced the formation of a new government via Facebook late Sunday in a bid to rescue the impoverished Caribbean nation from political crisis. Martelly on Friday promised to use his executive authority to form a consensus government after parliament […]

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Who Owns What in Haiti?

New Yorker, By Jacob Kushner, January 18, 2015 The island of La Tortue, off the northern coast of Haiti, has become best known as a place where Haitians facing hard times set sail for lot bo dlo—the other side of the water. When President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was first ousted, in 1991, the U.S. Coast Guard […]

January 19, 2015 in Haiti News by

Player From Haiti Exemplifies Spirit of LAAC

USGA, By Ron Driscoll, January 18, 2015 BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Sometimes a championship experience – even one as prestigious as the inaugural Latin America Amateur – cannot be measured in strokes taken, or order of finish. (Photo: Gerald Mathias, of Haiti, warmed the hearts of all who interacted with him at the LAAC. Credit […]

January 19, 2015 in Haiti News by

United States’ Joe Biden, Haiti’s Michel Martelly Hold Phone Dialogue

Caribbean Journal , January 18, 2015 United States Vice President Joe Biden held a phone conversation with Haiti President Michel Martelly on Friday, according to a statement from the White House. (Photo: Haiti President Michel Martelly) The call continued the pair’s “dialogue on the United States’ long-term support for Haiti’s reconstruction, development, and democratic progress,” […]

January 18, 2015 in Haiti News by

72 street youth become entrepreneurs

Haiti Libre, 01/17/2015 Friday at the National Palace, the President Michel Martelly, in the presence, among others, of Charles Jean Jacques, Minister of Social Affairs and Labour, Charles Castel, Governor of the Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) and Castro Arboite, Director General of Dignity Company, proceeded during a ceremony at the official handover […]

January 17, 2015 in Haiti News by

Lessons from Haiti’s earthquake

A march around the institutions – In future disasters the West should not treat the victims or the government like bystanders The Economist, Jan 17th 2015 FEW countries have suffered an earthquake so devastating, or have been less prepared for such a calamity. The quake that struck Haiti on January 12th 2010 killed perhaps 200,000 people—no one is […]

January 17, 2015 in Haiti News by

Some hope for Haiti

The gains Haiti has made since 2010 are significant given the obstacles following the earthquake. Al Jazeera, Opinion – Sophie de Caen, January 17, 2015 Five years after the earthquake that devastated the country, Haiti celebrates major development gains while acknowledging the immense challenges that remain. In spite of the political and structural fragility, social […]

January 17, 2015 in Haiti News by

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