Aristide Hits Preval Like a Tsunami During Nov. 2009 Interview
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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
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