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Haiti Names Electoral Council, Paving Way For Long-Delayed Elections

 Above: Port-au-Prince (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff After months of urging by the international community, Haiti’s government has established a transitional college of its Permanent Electoral Council, a move that paves the way for long-awaited legislative elections, according …

Haiti: Mariano Fernandez Ends Term as Head of UN Peacekeeping Mission

 Above: Former MINUSTAH Chief Mariano Fernandez By Alexander Britell Mariano Fernandez, MINUSTAH Chief and Special Representative of Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in Haiti, officially ended his 20 month term as head of the UN’s MINUSTAH peacekeeping mission in Haiti Thursday. …

Haiti: UN’s Fernandez Urges Legislative Elections “As Soon As Possible”

 Above: MINUSTAH Chief Mariano Fernandez (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Mariano Fernandez, the Special Representative of United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, is urging Haiti’s government to take “all necessary measures” to hold partial legislative elections “as soon …

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 Above: UN Special Representative Mariano Fernandez (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Despite structural challenges, Haiti has shown “encouraging signs of progress and positive results in various fields,” according to Mariano Fernandez, the Special Representative in Haiti of United …

 Above: UN Special Representative in Haiti Mariano Fernandez Amuntageui (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti must continue working to strengthen the rule of law in the country, particularly through the country’s national police and electoral council, United Nations …

 Above: UN Haiti Chief Mariano Fernandez (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Mariano Fernandez Amunategui, the special representative for United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in Haiti, is hailing the move by authorities to implement a new council on …

 Above: Mariano Fernandez Amunategui (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Mariano Fernandez, the head of the UN’s MINUSTAH peacekeeping force in Haiti, said he welcomed the Chamber of Deputies’ confirmation of Laurent Lamothe as the country’s new Prime Minister. …

 Above: MINUSTAH Chief Mariano Fernandez (UN Photo/Rick Bajornas) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti must reform its police force in order to ensure peace and stability, despite improvements in Haiti’s security in recent years, according to MINUSTAH Chief Mariano Fernandez. …

 Above: Haitian President Michel Martelly (Photo: OP) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haitian President Michel Martelly said Monday the organization of legislative and municipal elections remains a priority for his administration, once the selection of Foreign Minister Laurent Lamothe as …

 Above: MINUSTAH Chief Mariano Fernandez (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Mariano Fernandez, the chief of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Haiti, said he was deeply concerned over the resignation of Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille Friday morning. …

 Above, from left: Ambassador Ruben Silie, MINUSTAH Chief Mariano Fernandez and DR President Leonel Fernandez (Photo: OP) By the Caribbean Journal staff Dominican Republic President Leonel Fernandez met Tuesday in Santo Domingo with Mariano Fernandez, chief of MINUSTAH, the UN …

 Above: the UN Security Council delegation talks with President Martelly (Photo: OP) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haitian President Michel Martelly hopes the creation of armed forces and a stronger National Police of Haiti can eventually replace the UN peacekeeping …

 Above: MINUSTAH Chief Mariano Fernandez (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The top United Nations envoy to Haiti said he was concerned over the political tension arising from the arrest of Haitian Member of Parliament Arnel Belizaire. Belizaire was …

 Above: Mariano Fernandez (UN Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Mariano Fernandez, the Special Representative of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon in Haiti, voiced hope that the decision by Haiti’s Senate to approve Garry Conille as Prime Minister could mean …