APRIL 2000 - 3 APRIL 2001. "If they murdered him,
they can murder any journalist."
An investigation in Haiti,
Jean Dominique stories
FNCD nominated the wrong man in 1990. The politics of
exclusion began almost immediately.
crisis is more than electoral; the solution will have
to be as well. The Democratic Convergence is a new kind
of opposition, one that could not be bought off by offers
of jobs in the government. It is holding out for a true
political pact that will change things or none at all.
author is one of Haiti's leading political analysts
and one of the makers of the March 6, 1999 accord that
made possible the May 2000 elections. He then had to
argue for that agreement against other sectors of the
opposition who said that the government couldn't be
trusted. He now questions a mediation that seeks only
a compromise on the elections.
Joint Parliamentary Commission
on the Situation in Haiti
2001 | Prepared By: Melinda Miles, Coordinator, Haiti
Reborn/Quixote Center with Moira Feeney, Haiti Program
Coordinator, Global Exchange
fair and peaceful elections were held despite neglect
from the UN, OAS, and the United States."
Aristide, who took office as Haiti's president six weeks
ago, asked "all citizens to promote peace"
but his supporters are the ones orchestrating
the violence. Should Haiti attend next month's Summit
of the Americas in Quebec City?
commentary by CIP's James Morrell.
has not resigned as election commissioner and tells OAS
of manipulation of results after 60 percent voted on election
day, May 21, 2000.
condemning the violence and calling the parties back
to the table.
opposition parties have a legitimate role in a democracy.
Editorial by the Miami Herald.
of American States
Foreign Minister Antonio
for Free Enterprise and Democracy
Alliance for Justice for Jean Dominique
Foundation to Echo the Voice of Jean Dominique
for Jean Dominique! For A Common Front Against Impunity!
is a very urgent request for your
immediate financial and political support for a
process of mobilization occurring currently in Haiti
aimed at placing the issue of JUSTICE at the center
of the public debate.