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Who was Haiti's priest president?

Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the first democratically elected president of Haiti.


Which President of Haiti was forced into exile?

Jean-Bertrand Aristide


How many presidents has Haiti had?

Haiti has had 2 presidents, 2 provisional presidents, and has elected it's next president who will take office on 2011 May 14.PresidentsJean-Bertrand AristideRené PrévalMichel Joseph Martelly *(recently elected)Provisional PresidentsÉmile Jonassaint (during Aristide's first exile)Boniface Alexandre (during Aristide's second exile)


Who is Jean Aristide?

Haiti's former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide who was exiled after a rebellion against him culminated in US intervention


What is the last president in Haiti?

Réné Préval was the President of Haiti in 2010.Préval was an ally of the first elected president, Jean Baptiste Aristide, and was made Prime Minister of Haiti in 1991 from February 13 to October 11. However, this administration was short lived and quickly overthrown by military coup. Aristide was eventually allowed to return after deal-brokering with the US. However, Haiti's constitution forbid immediate re-election of president, so Réné Préval was made his party's candidate.Préval was elected the 41st President of Haiti and the 2nd democratically elected president of Haiti in 1996. He served from 1996 February 7 to 2001 February 7. As Haiti's laws forbid immediate re-election, Jean-Bertand Aristide returned to power in the 2000 late November election. However, Aristide was forced into exile in 2004 and Boniface Alexandre stepped in as provisional president. In 2006 Préval once again took the presidency as the 43rd president on 2006 May 14 for a second and final 5-year term ending on 2011 May 14.


Who was the President of Haiti in 1998?

Réné Préval was the President of Haiti in 2000.Préval was an ally of the first elected president, Jean Baptiste Aristide, and was made Prime Minister of Haiti in 1991 from February 13 to October 11. However, this administration was short lived and quickly overthrown by military coup. Aristide was eventually allowed to return after deal-brokering with the US. However, Haiti's constitution forbid immediate re-election of president, so Réné Préval was made his party's candidate.Préval was elected the 41st President of Haiti and the 2nd democratically elected president of Haiti in 1996. He served from 1996 February 7 to 2001 February 7. As Haiti's laws forbid immediate re-election, Jean-Bertand Aristide returned to power in the 2000 late November election. However, Aristide was forced into exile in 2004 and Boniface Alexandre stepped in as provisional president. In 2006 Préval once again took the presidency as the 43rd president on 2006 May 14 for a second and final 5-year term ending on 2011 May 14.


Who was the President of Haiti in 2006?

Boniface Alexandre was the Acting President of Haiti in 2006 until May 14 when Réné Préval was re-elected as the President of Haiti for the rest of 2006.Préval was an ally of the first elected president, Jean Baptiste Aristide, and was made Prime Minister of Haiti in 1991 from February 13 to October 11. However, this administration was short lived and quickly overthrown by military coup. Aristide was eventually allowed to return after deal-brokering with the US. However, Haiti's constitution forbid immediate re-election of president, so Réné Préval was made his party's candidate.Préval was elected the 41st President of Haiti and the 2nd democratically elected President of Haiti in 1996. He served from 1996 February 7 to 2001 February 7. As Haiti's laws forbid immediate re-election, Jean-Bertand Aristide returned to power in the 2000 late November election. However, Aristide was forced into exile in 2004 and Boniface Alexandre stepped in as provisional president taking office on 2004 May 29. Alexandre at the time was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and hence next in line for the presidency. After the election in 2006, Préval once again took the presidency as the 43rd president on 2006 May 14 for a second and final 5-year term ending on 2011 May 14.


Which country is it where Jean Bertrand Aristide was once president and the official language here is French?

Haiti.


Who is jean bernard aristide?

He is a priest who became president of Haiti. At first he was a good president but then he turned into a dictator. He was exiled from Haiti to South Africa with the help of the U.S and the French.


What happened on September 30 1991?

1991 - President Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti is forced from office. (Wikipedia)


Who was jean bertrand?

Haiti's former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide who was exiled after a rebellion against him culminated in US intervention.


Who was the President of Haiti in 2011?

Réné Préval was the President of Haiti at the start of 2011. He was replaced by Michel Joseph Martelly on May 14.Rene Préval was an ally of the first elected president, Jean Baptiste Aristide, and was made Prime Minister of Haiti in 1991 from February 13 to October 11. However, this administration was short lived and quickly overthrown by military coup. Aristide was eventually allowed to return after deal-brokering with the US. However, Haiti's constitution forbid immediate re-election of president, so Réné Préval was made his party's candidate.Préval was elected the 41st President of Haiti and the 2nd democratically elected president of Haiti in 1996. He served from 1996 February 7 to 2001 February 7. As Haiti's laws forbid immediate re-election, Jean-Bertand Aristide returned to power in the 2000 late November election. However, Aristide was forced into exile in 2004 and Boniface Alexandre stepped in as provisional president. In 2006 Préval once again took the presidency as the 43rd president on 2006 May 14 for a second and final 5-year term ending on 2011 May 14.An election on 2011 March 20 took place between Mirlande Manigat and Michel Martelly, whom received 31.37% and 21.84% of the vote in the first round respectively. Michel Joseph Martelly will be the next president of Haiti with 67.57% of the vote compared to Manigat's 31.74%. Martelly is also a musical artist commonly known as Sweet Micky.