(Reuters) – U.S Secretary of State John Kerry urged all sides to find a consensus solution to Haiti’s political crisis on Tuesday as one of the country’s top political leaders warned the impoverished Caribbean nation was on the brink of political chaos again.
By Concerned Haitians Living Abroad (CHLA)
Concerned Haitians Living Abroad (CHLA) has followed the political situation in Haiti tentatively since 2010-11. Post that historical election, most of us understood the tremendous challenges that were in front of our government given the magnitude of the January 12, 2010 massive earthquake that changed Haiti forever. Thus, rebuilding the country with a weak political infrastructure was no easy task.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — President Michel Martelly said Friday night that he accepted all the findings of a report this…
By Vania Andre
Members of the Haitian Diaspora wrote an open letter to the Haitian government, where they urged for a transparent and effective electoral process. The letter, which was published on the Haitian Caribbean News Network (HCNN) on Tuesday, called for Haitian leaders to “rethink the intransigent positions that they have held” and contemplate the type of Haiti they want, putting forth “workable alternatives to the pattern of confrontation” that has characterized the country’s recent political turmoil.
This is not a pathway to citizenship. “This deal does not apply to anyone who has come to this country…
By Vania Andre
In the strongest move on immigration policy of his presidency, President Barack Obama announced plans Thursday night to significantly increase deportation relief for roughly 4.4 million undocumented immigrants living the United States. The executive order will protect parents and those who came to the U.S. as children from being deported to their native countries.
The head of the Ministry Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE), Minister Francois Guillaume II, congratulated newly-elected politicians on their victories in the…