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 Part 9 -- "Is Aristide still (too) popular?" Jafrikayiti interviews RAM in Haiti

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Part 9 -- "Is Aristide still (too) popular?"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_NdeHbuR8w

In this segment, RAM discusses the popularity of former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, currently living in exile in South-Africa. I asked him whether, in 2010 Aristide iremains themost popular political leader of Haiti and whether his popularity is the reason for his continued exile.

Part 8 - "Should Aristide be allowed back?"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noL8L5DziaQ

In this segment, RAM weighs in on whether the exiled former President of Haiti
should be allwed to return to his homeland.

Aristide was first elected December 16, 1990 and overthrown in a CIA-backed
military coup, the evening of September 30, 1991. As one of several conditions
for his return to Haiti in 1994, then U.S. President Bill Clinton and "Western"
allies demanded that the 3 years he spent in exile be counted as part of his 5
year presidential mandate. As the Haitian Constitution forbids two consecutive
terms, he could not run in the elections organized under his presidency in
1995. The next opportunity for him to run was in November 2000.


Part 7 "Did Aristide Steal the 2000 Elections"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1W5LN64eldk

In this segment, RAM tries to recall how things unraveled in Haiti 10 years
ago. The May 21, 2000 Legislative Elections and the November 26, 2000
Presidential Elections are put in context. Aristide Haitian and foreign foes
claim these elections were rigged in favor of the exiled former President's
Fanmi Lavalas (FL) party.

Part 6 -- "It was a coup, I participated!"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oxh8J6HCe4w

In this segment, RAM explains his rationale for taking part in the February
2004 coup d'état that toppled the government of president Jean-Bertrand
Aristide. He claims to have attended coup-plotting meetings in Washington. I
asked him whether, now in 2010, he has any regrets. Can you guess his answer?

The full interview, including the English segments (Part 5 forward) will
continue to be posted on Youtube over the coming days.

N.B.: The first segment (parts 1-4) is available in Kreyol and covers a range
of topics that may help shed light on current events unfolding in Haiti, as the
nation braces for the final days of Y2010.
See: https://www.youtube.com/user/jafrikayiti


See also... a November 2010 interview given by Aristide to U.S. Journalist
Nicolas Rossier: Humanitarian Crisis in Haiti; Exclusive Interview With Former President
Jean-Bertrand Aristide http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=21898

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