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Posted Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Martelly's delegation member who was present when president
met privately with Chavez said to be questioned by major foreign embassy in
Haiti's capital city of Port-au-Prince
By Yves A. Isidor, Wehaitians.com Executive Editor
CAMBRIDGE, MA, Feb. 21 - A major foreign embassy in
Port-au-Prince about two weeks ago reportedly questioned a member of Haiti's President Michel J. Martelly's large delegation hours after the president returned to Haiti from
visiting controversial Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who soon will perform
with American actor Sean Penn at a benefit concert for the very sad nation, in an attempt to uncover
The unidentified member of Mr. Martelly's delegation who knew
that telling the truth could easily cause the president to be in trouble, not
only in financial terms, since Haiti is a mendicant nation, was
told to be the equal of a professional liar, Wehaitians.com learned early
Tuesday from a source it could trust, after a secretly recorded audio tape of the
issues discussed when Haiti's president met privately with Mr. Chavez, to his
partially played for him.
In another news, after Haiti's annual
carnival festivities nation's president, Martelly, Wehaitians.com learned from
the same source, is said to deprive many of some of the hard-earned democratic
virtues with also targeting radio
stations, mostly those in the small Caribbean land, he determines to be very
critical of him.
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