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Rene Preval, Jesse Jackson, and Fritz Longchamps at Palais National Haiti

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US civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks with Haitian Foreign Minister Fritz Longchamps(R) and President Rene Preval(C) following a press conference April 29, 2008 at the presidential palace in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Jackson is on a three-day visit to assess relief efforts following deadly food riots. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

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Moise says...

All I need to know is that where they got him and put him in the head of Haiti.

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Riche says...

The way you talk, the way you dress that the way you are. The president(Preval) didn't look nothing.

He is not a Head of State only a "piyage."

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Boiselle Petite says...

bonjour M. Preval je vous demandez une surveillance a long terme pour une personne speciale se personne t-elle a donner beaucoup au canada c'est une grand chef infimière a montreal qui s'appel marie-m. guillaume fleurilien elle va entre janvier.

elle a desider bientot de entre en haiti elle aussi elle travail dans sychologique je veux bien que vous prendrez son soin-t-elle pour moi mon nom se caporal boiscel petite dans la police de montreal.

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Vladimyr says...

IM GLAD TO HEAR THAT FROM YOU. MWEN MENM TOU MWEN SE NEG LAKAY SE AYITI MWEN SOTI E POUM DI OU ONETMAN.

MEN DE TAN ZAN TAN MWEN NAN YON DISKISYON AVEK YON DOMINIKEN KI TOUJOU PANSE KE YO PIBON KE NOU. LI MENM VLE FE LOT MOUN KONPRANN KE YO TE KONN OKIPE NOU PANDAN YO TE ANBA OKIPASYON NOU. GADE SA KREYOL PAREY NOU AP FE, PALE PROP PREZIDAN PA NOU MAL YON KOTE NENPOT MOUN NAN MOND LAN KA WE. AND THEN THAT IS NOT CRYING FOR THEIR RIGHTS I THINK IT'S A NEW WAY TO UNDER-ESTIMATE THEMSELVES.

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Dieuseul says...

hey man I agree with you 100%, because some Haitian people always put their own nation down, and why people care about the way the President dress, if he doesn't dress nicely that because he doesn't care he has money, so people need to stop wasting their time talk a bout the way the President dress.

And remember Haiti is ours, stop putting it down for no reason.

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Jeff Pierre says...

why he wear this stupid kind of clothes every time and he don't shine to present himself like this with the other person he don't even know, i think this man have to have somebody to help him what he have to wear or not in this kind of visit.

jeff

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Stacks says...

Da two other boys look more presidential than da punkass in the middle.

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Vladimyr says...

You guys talk to the President of Haiti like that?

Where did yall go to school?

Now I see why my dominican friend think they are better than us. Shame on you all. And for your "fyi" He's the President not anyone, please respect the value of the nation.

Thank you.

Sincerly Vladimyr

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Kiki says...

Espece d'idiot, un president est une personne comme tout le monde, il n'est pas oblige de porter un veate tout le temps.

T'as jamais vu Preval avec un veste?

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