Haiti presidential candidates former Senate President Simon Desras, left, and Sen. Steven Benoit participate in a remote broadcast of Ranmase in North Miami. The popular political talk show airs over Radio Television Caraibes in Haiti.
Haiti presidential candidates former Senate President Simon Desras, left, and Sen. Steven Benoit participate in a remote broadcast of Ranmase in North Miami. The popular political talk show airs over Radio Television Caraibes in Haiti. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald staff
Haiti presidential candidates former Senate President Simon Desras, left, and Sen. Steven Benoit participate in a remote broadcast of Ranmase in North Miami. The popular political talk show airs over Radio Television Caraibes in Haiti. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald staff

Haiti political talk radio ‘Ranmase’ airs live from North Miami

October 03, 2015 05:19 PM

UPDATED October 03, 2015 07:09 PM

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