Ou kapab deja we yon PANIK lan PRES GNBis lan ,lan ki jan y ap kouvri MARYSE NARCISSE .
Deja gen "SONDAJ" ki ap mete lan 3zyem ,4yem PLAS.An pasan si ta gen yon SONDAJ ki ta mete Dr NASIS lan premye ou dezyem PLAS ,ABOLOCHO lan PRES GNBIs lan pa tap pibliye ,yo PE ENPLIKASYON an
Se pa MARYSE NARCISSE ki vize ,se ARISTID ak FANMI LAVALAS ,paske 2015 pa 2010,paske tou, GWO PWOBLEM lan ARISTID sou teren an.
Se yon gwo ,gwo PWOBLEM pou ZOT ,paske yo an fas yon DEMANTELMAN PRES GNBis DIVALYERIS lan ;menm jan gouvenman PWOGRESIS lan peyi tankou EKWATE ,VENEZUELA,menm peyi lan AMERIK SANTRAL yo fe l.
M ap pataje ak nou ,yon ATIK ke Dr PAUL FARMER te pibliye ann AVRIL 2004 lan PRESTIJYE "LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS".
LRB telman gen PRESTIJ lan MONN ki pale ANGLE an ,ke pa gen anyen pou konpare ak li ,lan MONN FRANKOFON ak KREYOLOFON.
PAUL FARMER te demanti tout AKIZASYON ke yo te bay pou jistifye KOUDETA kont ARISTID yo.
Se te ann AVRIL 2004 wi.
Te gen 2 DISKOU ;youn lan kote yo pale FRANSE ak KREYOL yo ;lot kote yo pale ANGLE an:
WHO REMOVED ARISTIDE?
It’s usually easy to tell, in even the briefest conversation about Aristide, how your interlocutor feels about him. Opinion in Haiti is almost always referred to as ‘polarised’ in the US press, but this isn’t true in every sense. Elections and polls, even recent ones, show that the poor majority still support Aristide. It’s the middle classes and the traditional political elites who disagree about him, as well as people like me: non-Haitians who, for whatever reasons, concern themselves with that country’s affairs
ARISTID pa t pale lan MONN ki pale FRANSE ak KREYOL lan ,pandan li te ann EGZIL lan ,men li te pale lan MONN ANGLOFON.
Sa a se yon ENTEVYOU ke l te bay Dr PETER HALLWARD an FEVRIYE 2007.
PETER HALLWARD ki se pwofese lan INIVESITE LONDON ,e se MANM EKIP LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS se PWOFESE ISTWA lan INIVESITE LONDON.
N a we ke misye te pale anpil bagay.Misye pale de DANY TOUSEN ki te yon VE lan MANGO an:
PH: What about people in your entourage such as Dany Toussaint, your former chief of security, who was accused of all kinds of violence and intimidation?
JBA: He was working for them from the beginning, and we were taken in. Of course I regret this. But it wasn’t hard for the Americans or their proxies to infiltrate the government, to infiltrate the police. We weren’t able to provide the police with the equipment they needed, we could hardly pay them an adequate salary. It was easy for our opponents to stir up trouble, to co-opt some policemen. This was incredibly difficult to control.
PH: Dany Toussaint wasn’t willing to talk to me when I was in Port-au-Prince a couple of months ago. It’s intriguing that the people who were clamouring for his arrest while you were still in power were then suddenly quite happy to leave him in peace once he had come out against you in December 2003, and once they themselves were in power. But can you prove that he was working for or with them all along?
JBA: It won’t be easy to document, I accept that. There’s a proverb in Creole that says twou manti pa fon: ‘lies don’t run very deep.’ Sooner or later the truth will out. There are plenty of things that were happening at the time that only recently have started to come to light.