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Posts Tagged with "U.N. military mission"

In Haiti, reliving Duvalier, waiting for Aristide

February 5, 2011

The return of Jean Claude Duvalier, “Baby Doc,” to Haiti as a free man was excruciating to veterans of the struggle that overthrew the 30-year dictatorship. The traumatizing symbolism of Duvalier’s return at Haiti’s weakest hour is an insult to the dead and an assault on the living.

A funeral and a boycott: ‘The struggle continues’ in Haiti

June 20, 2009

The U.N. and the Obama administration continue to endorse and finance a second round of controversial Senate elections in Haiti. The first round was marked by a voter turnout of only 3-4 percent following a successful boycott campaign waged by Fanmi Lavalas.

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