Thousands march in Haiti to support Aristide

January 9, 2013
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After the demontrators received the announcement at the courthouse they marched for miles from Boulevard La Saline to Aristide's house in Tabarre.              
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Thousands march in Haiti to support Aristide

HaitiAction.net - Port au Prince, Haiti - Fanmi Lavalas leader Rene Civil organized a mobilization of Fanmi Lavalas activists to the streets of Port au Prince today, as this photo shows a potion of that demonstration. He have many images of the demonstration at the courthouse and through the streets afterwards. The demonstration has moved miles away to outside Jean Bertrand Aristide's house in Tabarre.

Aristide answered questions from prosecutor Lucmane Delille interviewed the former president at his residence instead of the courthouse out of reasonable security concerns. Aristide was represented by attorney Mario Joseph

HaitiAction.net will be collecting information about the images and the demonstrations soon and will post that article here.

After hearing from both sides of this civil dispute the case can either be dismissed or assigned to a judge who will then decide if they will file formal charges.

Most of the demonstrators believe that the case has nothing to do with a civil dispute and feel that the government simply wishes to create a political spectacle to deflect international interest away from elections in Haiti where Fanmi Lavalas has been effectively excluded since the Coup d'État of 2004.

 

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HaitiAction.net is making a special fundraising call for the benefit of the Rara musicians that are trying to recover from December 16th's Manifestation and need to buy new instruments for the upcoming Kanaval season. Donations can be made online to the Rara Fund for now. If you wish additional information, send your questions to info@haitiaction.org

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The Rara Bands are a vital component of the pro-democracy demonstrations in Haiti. Each band is usually organized around a community and the leaders (maestro) are usually pressed for other concerns of benevolence for that community. The HaitiAction.net readership has been quite generous in the past with their donations to Haiti through this news website; coming up with the resources to re-equip these musicians and their community will be a relatively simple goal.

As we prefer to encourage the benefits of a tax paying society, and that the Rara bands that we're involved with are striving for the full participation of Fanmi Lavalas in the electoral politics of Haiti this particular project is NOT tax-deductable.

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