Michel Martelly MONTAN LAJAN $ 100K pou kondannen pou laprès la
Mibalè, Ayiti (defend.ht) - 'manke kontan tande yon sèl abitan nan Mibalè mande medya yo nan "bay Prezidan an yon chans," te chèf egzekitif la, gwo Demokratik eta, ak fyète rekonpans lè yo bay yon motosiklèt, yon semèn apre yon mouvman trè bra kwaze nan Martelly vis-à-vis Mesye yon Radio Kiskeya.
President Michel Martelly, who claims to be the proponent of a rule of law, has once again tried to pass the press for his nemesis endorsing, without reservation, a sneak attack with hints undemocratic launched against the independent media that seem to disturb the new administration.
"There is someone holding a sign bearing the press, give the President a chance. You deserve U.S. $ 100,000, "insisted the head of state Wednesday evening at Mirebalais (center), during a visit season turned into a mass meeting.
At the start of the nth distribution of motorcycles since the launch of the "Christmas Solidarity" is a happy Martelly who invited the young bearer of the sign to join immediately on the podium. Propagandist zeal had argued that citizen to be the first beneficiary of a motorcycle.
When asked by the President himself on the reasons for its anti-media message, the man replied fanatic "they say too bad about you," before deciding to restore the presidency for life. This slogan would be taken up enthusiastically by many spectators.
Quickly forgetting the problem of sound that had, in the day, seriously upset in Hinche city he had left without addressing the population-with Mr. Martelly balm to the heart returned to Port-au- Prince. Upon his return, he went wildly fun singing songs in a Mexican mariachi band and orchestra Tropicana of Haiti, at a gala held at the Municipal Palace of Delmas (east of the capital).
In terms of attacks against the freedom of the press, the successor Rene Preval is not his first attempt and it runs almost an obsession.
After a series of small quips or about the limit of contempt, Michel Martelly was once again illustrated last week by dispossessing a reporter for Radio Kiskeya his tape to remove the batteries. It was for the President of the Republic the way of its own to ensure that his voice would not be recorded without his knowledge.