Haitian People: Let Us Recover Our Dignity

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By Michel-Ange Cadet Haiti Chery Translated from the French by Dady Chery for Haiti Chery Several Haitian cities rose up under strong tension in December 2010. The sky was black with smoke. The burning tires, the deafening noise of protesters in … Continue reading

Peuple Haitien: Retrouvons Notre Dignité

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Par Michel-Ange Cadet Haiti Chery Plusieurs villes de la République d’Haïti se levaient sous fortes tensions en décembre 2010. Le ciel de certaines villes était noir de fumée. Des pneus brûlaient, des bruits assourdissants de manifestants dans un commun refrain de protestations … Continue reading

Haiti’s G-8 Calls for Interim Consensus Government

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UPDATES UPDATE #2, June 21, 2016. Haiti’s G8 is formally dissolved. It was a core group of eight top presidential candidates who completely shut down the second round of Haiti’s elections in January 2016 by refusing to participate in it and calling for … Continue reading

Haiti’s Legislators Make Their Stand: Evans Paul Is Not Prime MinisterEvans Paul n’est pas le premier ministre d’Haïti
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Evans Paul was not named Haiti’s Prime Minister on December 25, 2014 but merely nominated as such. To become Prime Minister, he must undergo vetting by both houses of the Parliament, and it is unlikely that he will pass the test. (English | French)

Haiti’s Assembly Workers Promised 87 Cents Per Hour
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Haiti’s sweatshop factory owners enjoy unprecedented duty free and quota-free access to the U.S. market, and only prison wages come close to the scandalously low 30 to 50 cents/hour earned by Haiti’s workers.