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Posted Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Haiti's Michelle Montas, no more U.N. Secretary-General's spokesperson
By Yves A. Isidor, wehaitians.com executive editor
Haiti's Michelle Montas, who since January 2007 has held the prestigious post of spokesperson for United Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, certainly can no longer expect to be compensated for her hard labor hours in that capacity, effective next month.

Ms. Montas, whose husband, Jean-Leopold Dominique, was gunned down in the early morning of the very first few days of April of 2000, in the front yard of his Haiti radio station, Radio-Haiti Inter, Tuesday was replaced by Martin Nesirky, a British national and former Reuters correspondent 

No reason was given by the U.N. for the unexpected departure of Ms. Montas, whose life was attempted, in troubled Haiti, not long after the brutal murder of her husband, from the position of spokesperson.            
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