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Governor General Michaelle Jean, left, accompanied by Haiti's President Rene Preval, attends a welcoming ceremony upon her arrival in Port-au-Prince, Thursday, Jan. 15, 2009. Jean is on a four-day official visit to Haiti. (AP Photo / Ariana Cubillos)

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Tiba says...

What does she really mean by that because I am complitely lost in the translation.

Let say the translation is clear and well understood, who is going to take the lead on this so-called "Unity" task that she is suggesting to unite all of these segments of the Haitian society?

Will Michelle Jean take the leadership to reach that goal?

And if not, it is because she is being delusional?

This unity crap model has been talked about, has been studied, has been analysed, has been thouroughly thought out by Haitians long before Jesus Christ came, and to this day, it's still remained an empty promise, a "parol tafia".

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Suzie Brice says...

Le travail est beaucoup fais appel a tous les haitiens competant pour faire une coallion.

Regroup le nord ensemble, Sud, l'Ouest, la Grand'Anse.par exemple Agronome avec agronom, ingenieur avec ingenieur, educateur avec educateur, docteur avec docteur avec ca on va plus vite et plus sure. Ca va nous enseigner comment travailler ensemble, professionalist, habilite d'apprendre la valeur des autres.

Seulement un peuple organise que peut se sauver eux meme. Selman yon Pep oganize ki ka sove tet yo.

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Sanon says...

Make Michaelle Jean the executive leader of Haiti.

Bring Haiti to the United Kingdom Commonwealth to free Haiti from this stinky protectorate.

Make Michaelle Jean the executive leader of Haiti.

She is one the greatest intellectual woman of our times, we should allow her to be the new leader of Haiti within the British Commonwealth...

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Julien Nancy says...

je te felicite tu es une femme courageuse.

Felicitation Michaelle JEAN C'est Nancy de Jacmel

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Tony St Festin says...

Grand pa needs to shave before she can think about it.

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Nickelson Charles says...

They look like very nice couple.

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Linda says...

We've traded one nightmare for another.

We no longer have Duvalier's killing sprees with guns and machetes, instead now we have Preval's killing machine of starvation and professional kidnappers.

Jee, I wonder if this can really be called "better?" I guess if you're not one of those that are starving you can't see the parallel.

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Linda says...

We've traded one nightmare for another.

We no longer have Duvalier's killing sprees with guns and machetes, instead now we have Preval's killing machine of starvation.

Jee, I wonder if this can really be called "better?" I guess if you're not one of those that are starving you can't see the parallel.

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Prevalhaiti.com says...

Governor General Michaelle Jean is in Haiti for 4 days. Michaelle Jean arrived in Haiti on Thursday, she is leaving today, Sunday January 18, 2009.

Governor General Michaelle Jean visited Haitian cities like Les Cayes and Ennery.

Michaelle Jean will also seek ways to help reduce Haiti's poverty and put in place democracy initiatives.

Governor General Michaelle Jean was accompanied by her husband, Jean-Daniel Lafond on her second trip to Haiti.

See a photo of Jean Daniel Lafond here: belpoz.com

If you have any info about Michaelle Jean's trip to Haiti, be sure to share them with us.

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Prevalhaiti.com says...

Governor General Michaelle Jean described traumatic, blood-soaked memories from her childhood as she told a Haitian audience how their country has, in some ways, changed for the better.

Michaelle Jean's father was tortured by the security forces of the Duvalier regime, forcing the family to flee as refugees and leaving him emotionally damaged.

Read more here:

GG recalls childhood trauma during state visit to Haiti
ctv.ca

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