The signing of a political accord Monday, Dec. 29, 2014 to avert a deeper crisis in Haiti. L-R: President of the Chamber of Deputies, Jacques Stevenson Thimoleon, Senate President Simon Desras, Haiti President Michel Martelly and Supreme Court President Anel Alexis Joseph.
The signing of a political accord Monday, Dec. 29, 2014 to avert a deeper crisis in Haiti. L-R: President of the Chamber of Deputies, Jacques Stevenson Thimoleon, Senate President Simon Desras, Haiti President Michel Martelly and Supreme Court President Anel Alexis Joseph. Courtesy of the National Palace
The signing of a political accord Monday, Dec. 29, 2014 to avert a deeper crisis in Haiti. L-R: President of the Chamber of Deputies, Jacques Stevenson Thimoleon, Senate President Simon Desras, Haiti President Michel Martelly and Supreme Court President Anel Alexis Joseph. Courtesy of the National Palace

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