Throughout its history, Haiti has received lessons in savagery from the world’s big imperial powers. The latest lesson was delivered about a week ago by a U.S. court that said the UN cannot be held accountable for criminal negligence that has killed 8,700 Haitians from cholera since 2010.
PORT AU PRINCE, JANUARY 10, 2015 - Hundreds of opponents marched through the streets of Port au Prince to demand the resignation of President Michel Martelly, despite the efforts of the president of dialogue with the opposition and the recent resignation of Prime Minister and President of the Higher Judicial Council.
PORT AU PRINCE, January 8, 2015 AFP - Haiti is facing political uncertainty, with a key deadline in the ongoing battle between President and Parliament set to coincide with the January 12 anniversary of the country's 2010 earthquake.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, December 30, 2013 - Haitian President Michel Martelly has reached a deal with the senate and the chamber of deputies to avert a political crisis over long-delayed elections which sparked mass protests.