Latest Haiti Democracy News

Eighth Senatorial Delegation PLUS

During Tuesday, December 12 to Thursday, December 14, 2017: Sen. Rigaud Bélizaire (Grand’Anse)   ·   Sen. Gracia Delva (Artibonite)   ·   Sen. Wilfrid Gélin (Central Plateau). NBA star Samuel Dalembert. For extension of TPS

Seventh Senatorial Visit

Sen. Rudolph Boulos (Nord-Est, 2006-2012) trying to get AID to fix its dam at Croix-des-Bouquets, a highly-successful project that was damaged by Hurricane Matthew nearly a year ago.

Webmaster’s Note

As of June, the entire non-Word Press part of the website went off-line. Those are the non-responding links you may be clicking on. We are working on it and hope to have it back up soon!

Tribute to Ernest Preeg

A gathering in remembrance. Wednesday, May 17, 2:00 p.m., attended by our Sixth Legislative Delegation, board members of the Haiti Democracy Project, and colleagues of Ambassador Preeg’s from thinktanks

Should the U.N. Leave?

Latin America Advisor of the Inter-American Dialogue. It should leave very gradually because Haiti is approaching stability very gradually

Under a Cloud of Scandal?

Will President Moïse be enfeebled by a cloud of scandal? We don’t think so: 1. He has a good business reputation 2. The report is faulty (click for more) 3. The prosecutor will soon be gone 4. Haitians have a short memory for these things 5. Most of Haiti wants to move on

Inauguration

Six de nos coordonnateurs les plus dynamiques assistent à une inauguration qui n’aurait peut-être pas eu lieu sans leurs travaux. Six of our most dynamic coordinators attend an inauguration that might not have happened without their labors.

Beware of Haitians Bearing Government Reports

Latin America Advisor of the Inter-American Dialogue. The last government report said Jovenel Moïse cheated in winning 33 percent to 25 percent. He next won by 56 percent. Take this new report with a grain of salt

Disregard Older Entries link to left
Older Entries