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Le député Sadrac Dieudonné assimile le mandat contre Aristide à une manœuvre de "diversion"

Les avocats d’Aristide dénoncent des persécutions politiques contre leur client par-devant la CIDH Des députés se positionnent dans le débat Me Mario Joseph, rejoint dans la défense d’Aristide par l’ancien bâtonnier de l’Ordre des avocats de Port-au-Prince, Gervais Charles, a annoncé mardi avoir transmis une correspondance à la Commission Interaméricaine des droits de l’Homme (CIDH) pour dénoncer des persécutions contre le leader de Lavalas. Cette démarche suit une précédente entreprise par Me Mario Joseph visant à récuser le juge Lamarre Bélizaire à la fois pour son zèle en faveur du pouvoir Tèt Kale et les circonstances douteuses de son accession au poste de juge d’instruction. Intervenant lundi dans le débat, le député Sadrac Dieudonné, président du PRI, a assimilé le mandat d’amener lancé contre l’ancien président Aristide par le juge Lamarre Bélizaire, à une manœuvre de diversion par rapport à la question électorale. A l’instar des défenseurs de l’ancien chef d’Etat, le député des Gonaïves a soulevé la question des conditions à partir desquelles Bélizaire est devenu juge d’instruction. Le député de Roche-à-Bateau, Paul Olivar Richard, a lui aussi pris à partie le juge Bélizaire qui, selon lui, est manipulé par le pouvoir pour déclencher les persécutions politiques contre l’ancien président Aristide et tous ceux qu’il identifie comme des adversaires ou des ennemis politiques.

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Aristide and Family Back in Haiti: His Speech: March 18, 2011 (Part 1 of 2)

March 18, 2011: Aristide and Family Arrive in Haiti - (Part 1 of 2) The World and Democracy Time Warner Cable, MNN Published: March 18, 2011 Aristide's Return to Haiti Seems Mythological By Smith Georges New York -- It is nothing short of legendary or mythological to see former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, despite opposition from world superpowers, back in Haiti again, after living in forced exile a second time - this time in South Africa for seven years, with his wife Mildred and two daughters, Michaela, 12 and Christine, 14. Even Toussaint Louverture would have been impressed. "In 1804 the Haitian Revolution marked the end of slavery. Today, may the Haitians people mark the end of exile and coup d'etat, while peacefully we must move from social exclusion to social inclusion," said President Aristide in his speech at Toussaint Louverture Airport upon his arrival in Haiti on Friday morning, March 18, 2011. The spirit of Toussaint Louverture and Dessalines is alive and well. The "defiant-never-surrender" blood of our ancestors is still warmly flowing in our veins. Haitians know their history, and Aristide makes the Haitians proud. A man of President Aristide's caliber is comparable to the great legends of the world. "Haiti is fortunate to have Jean-Bertrand Aristide. There are not many men like him that come in this century. I put Jean-Bertrand Aristide on the same level as I will put Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Mohandas Gandhi, the great men of the world...," said, once, Major Owens, an African-American and former U.S. Congress member. Haiti, the historic Caribbean nation, has just taught President Obama a lesson. Despite Haiti's plight, one should never underestimate the resolve of the authentic leaders of the first black independent country in the world. U.S. obsession with preventing Aristide, the first democratically and constitutionally elected president of Haiti, from leading his nation is beyond anyone's wild imagination. One would think that Aristide is some sort of terrorist in possession of weapons of mass destruction. Imagine Haiti without coup d'etat interruptions during the past twenty years of Aristide and Preval. Five U.S. Presidents have been involved in Aristide's life in some fashion. From President Jimmy Carter to President George H. Bush (Papa Bush), to President Bill Clinton, then to President George W. Bush (Baby Bush), and now President Obama. Obama has just gotten a taste of the Haitians' self-determination. The Haitians yearn and swear to breathe and live freely, which dates back to the Haitian Revolution in 1791, and the Haitian independence in 1804 when Haiti became the first Black country in the world. A nation born out of the only successful slave revolt in the history of mankind. The Haitians defeated the most powerful armies back then, namely the Spanish, the English and the French (The Napoleonic troops.) Click on the links below to watch the two videos of the return of Aristide in Haiti (Part 1 and part 2) To comment on this article, send your email to WhyGeorges@gmail.com.

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Pè Maximo - Jean Bertrand Aristide

Haitian Comedy featuring Pè Maximo de Boston in a comedy sketch about Ex-President of Haiti Jean Bertrand Aristide. Very funny and entertaining.

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Strateji e Pésekisyon Politik Jij Belizaire ' Tet kale a " Vs Dr Aristide #Palecho !

Web : http://palecho.ocm Youtube Abonnez : https://t.co/WC3BoIOJOK Aimez Facebook :https://t.co/JK0sw7AhNz Follow : http://t.co/zz4fqXOCsX #Palecho Source : Evenson Dufour

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Pegadinhas do Muo Aristide do Carvão

As mais hilárias.

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Crowdfunding KKBB / ARISTIDE : Le 1er hôtel pour chats à Paris

Soutenez le projet sur KissKissBankBank http://www.kisskissbankbank.com/arist... Merci d'avance ≧^◡^≦ Conception & réalisation: studio Ham & Juice http://www.ham-and-juice.com/ Rendez-vous sur le blog: http://www.aristide-leblog.com

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Aristide Répond enfin à l'appel au Parquet

Aristide Répond enfin à l'appel au Parquet by LeNouvelliste

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Université Fondation Dr Aristide UNIFA - Vizit

Université Fondation Dr Aristide UNIFA reyalize yon vizit gide nan Campus Inivèsite a nan Tabarre

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Moussavou BILLA visite Aristide BANCE à Abidjan

Le journaliste Moussavou BILLA s'est rendu à l'été 2013 à Abidjan ou généralement le footballeur Burkinabè Aristide Bancé passe ses vacances.Dans sa commune Natale Williams ville,Bancé est l'idole de bon nombre de jeunes..des vidéos émouvantes de Bancé le Footballeur,Bancé l'entraîneur,...Exclusif..

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L'ultimatum de Moïse Jean Charles au président Aristide

Le Sénateur Moïse Jean Charles somme Jean-Bertrand Aristide de sortir de son mutisme Source Radiokiskeya

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Aristide Vs Têt Kalé Who Will Win The War

The inevitable war who will win

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HJK TV: Aristide Bancé

17.9.2014 - Klubin uusin vahvistus Aristide Bancé esittäytyy - ranskaksi, tulkattu tornioksi. Tilaa HJK TV: http://youtube.com/hjkhelsinki1907 http://www.hjk.fi http://facebook.com/hjkhelsinki1907 http://twitter.com/hjkhelsinki

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9 Janvier 2013: Lavalas a descendu Aristide a passé le test, Martelly a de quoi s'inquiéter

Des milliers de sympathisants de l'ancien président Jean Bertrand Aristide avaient pris le béton pour protester contre ce qu'ils appellent une persécution politique contre le leader historique de fanmi Lavalas. Contrairement à ce qui a été prévu, Aristide ne s'est pas rendu au parquet. Les parquetiers Lucman Delille et un autre substitut ce sont rendus chez lui pour avoir une conversation d'après les avocats de l'ancien président.

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Aristide Hits Preval Like a Tsunami During Nov. 2009 Interview

The World and Democracy Time Warner Cable, MNN Published: November 30, 2009 Aristide Hits Preval Like a Tsunami During Interview By Smith Georges New York From South Africa, during a phone interview on a Haitian Radio station (Radio Solidarite FM,) the former president of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, came out swinging at current Haitian president Rene Preval. Arisde felt it was the right moment to stick it to president Rene Preval. The Ex-President of Haiti came out so forceful in his criticism of President Preval, the word tsunami may be too mild to describe it. Aristide did not mince word. He compared Prevals actions to those of Haitian dictator Baby Doc (Jean-Claude Duvalier,) and accused Preval of plotting coup detat. Aristide also made it clear that he is ready to return to Haiti as long as the current Haitian government gives him clearance. Former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide made reference to how protective he was of Preval once,and spoke as if to suggest that Preval is an ungrateful twin brother. Aristide made clear also that Lavalas is not Lespwa. Aristide also made reference to his letter dated November 18, 2009. A letter that the former president of Haiti addressed to Mr. Gaillot Dorsinvil, the president of interim electoral office. In it, Aristide states that he has mandated Ms. Maryse Narcisse to represent his political party Fanmi Lavalas. Now everyone is waiting to see the aftermath of Aristides tsunami. What will Preval next move be? Aristide also ridiculed Prevals political party calling it not Lespwa (hope,) but dezespwa (lost of hope). Aristide said that the Prevals political party is like a sinking ship. The Ex-Haitian president went on to say that Prevals new political party Unity is nothing but the same Lespwa repainted and renamed Unity. After this strong offense by President Prevals twin brother Aristide, the Haitian current president may be spinning like a dizzy dinosaur wondering what has hit him. When the smoke clears, and the dust settles, Preval may finally see the light and re-align himself on the tracks of democratic principles; or worse, he may flex his muscle even more a la monstrous dictator Papa Doc. After all, the Papa Doc syndrome seems to be back a la mode. Since all eyes are on President Preval now, lets watch what his next move will be. Click on the link below to listen to former president Aristides interview in Haitian Creole, and to view Aristides letter dated November 18, 2009. To comment on this article, send your e-mail to WhyGeorges@gmail.com

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Candidate Michel Martelly comment on return to Haiti of Aristide 2011 News

Haitian presidential candidate Michel Martelly continued his election campaign on Thursday despite the imminent return from exile in South Africa of the country s former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Aristide twice elected and twice deposed is a hugely popular but also hugely polarising figure. The United States and others fear his presence may disrupt the election and bring further disarray to a country struggling to emerge from a political crisis a cholera epidemic and devastation of the January 2010 earthquake. On Thursday thousands of Aristide supporters marched through the slum of Cite Soleil - where Aristide worked as a priest in the 1980s before becoming president - celebrating his expected return on Friday morning. The former president could sway the outcome of the election with an endorsement of either Martelly or his rival Mirlande Manigat. In the past both candidates have opposed Aristide. Now both Martelly and Manigat stress his right to return as a Haitian citizen under the constitution. And both candidates would want to attract votes from followers of the Lavalas Family party - of which Aristide is still president. Martelly said on Thursday night that he did not want to speculate about who Aristide may support. I don t know what he has on his mind or who he wants to support Martelly said. He added that because the country s constitution does not recognize the concept of exile ... Aristide is a Haitian citizen coming back to his country. Martelly later held a rally in Cite Soleil Aristide s stronghold. Earlier on Thursday Aristide left South Africa on a plane bound for Haiti along with his wife Mildred and two daughters. He was twice elected president of Haiti and remains wildly popular among the Caribbean nation s majority poor. Aristide never completed either of his terms. He was ousted the first time in a coup and restored to power in a US military intervention in 1994. After completing his term he was re-elected years later only to flee a rebellion in 2004 aboard a US plane. He claimed he was kidnapped. Aristide has been reclusive in exile doing university research and polishing his academic credentials with a doctorate awarded by the University of South Africa for a comparative study on Zulu and Haitian Creole.

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Aristide Barraud highlights rugby 2013/2014

Highlights Aristide Barraud 2013/2014 , serie A1 rugby Italia.

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