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    Chronicle of an Election Postponed (HB38)

    Elections for every single elected office in Haiti, save the Presidency and a third of the Senate, have been due…

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    Fed Up with Violence (HB33)

    In Creole, there are many ways to express a dilemma. But these days, most Haitians would probably tell you that…

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    Teachers and Pupils Strike (HB 24)

    School students and teachers from the state education sector took their protests to the street in May. Almost everywhere throughout…

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    Protests Leave Lavalas Shaking (HB22)

    Roadblocks, demonstrations and strikes – during the month of January generalised discontent was channelled into action in a wave of…

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    Chickens Come Home to Roost (HB20)

    Following several weeks of shootings and bomb threats, former soldiers from the disbanded Haitian army are threatening more violence if…

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    Farewell Aristide (HB16)

    So it’s farewell to President Aristide who hands over to his successor, René Préval, on February 7th. As the living…

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    Pot Threatens to Boil Over (HB15)

    The patience of many thousands of Haitians finally snapped following the November 7th assassination of the Lavalas MP, Jean Hubert…

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    One Step Forward, Two Steps Back (HB14)

    Haiti’s parliamentary and local elections on June 25 resulted in a commanding victory for the Lavalas platform (PPL) supported by…

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    Problems Not Solved by US Presence (HB 11)

    There has been so little news in the mainstream media you could be forgiven for thinking that, with the return…

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    Military Calls Clinton’s Bluff (HB9)

    Will the invasion of Haiti happen? Does anyone know? Does Clinton know? As we go to press, sources in Washington…

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