Part 9 - Is Aristide still too popular.wmv
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Part 9 -- "Is Aristide still (too) popular?" In this segment, RAM discusses the popularity of former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, currently living in exile in South-Africa. I asked him whether, in 2010 Aristide iremains themost popular political leader of Haiti and whether his popularity is the reason for his continued exile. N.B.: Since the February 29, 2004 Coup d'État which toppled overnight 7000 officials who were elected through Haitian-run and funded elections in 2000, Fanmi Lavalas, Aristide's party has been barred from participating in every election held in Haiti, including those held November 28, 2010. The latter was financed and supervised by the foreign forces that are running Haiti since the 2004 coup (the U.S., France, Canada, the U.N.) Four months after Goudougoudou (the quake), I interviewed Richard Morse (RAM) at The Oloffson, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The full interview, including the English segments (Part 5 forward), which contain noteworthy revelations about the February 29, 2004 Coup d'État, will be posted on Youtube over the coming days. The first segment (parts 1-4) is now available in Kreyol and covers a range of topics that may help shed light on current events unfolding in Haiti, as the nation braces for the final days of Y2010. See also: Part 5 -- "Washington and The Families" In this segment, RAM explains what he considers Washington's influence in Haiti and why it has not been positive in the recent past. Part 6 -- "It was a coup, I participated!"
Added on Oct 10, 2014 by HAITIANMOTION
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