General Henri Namphy at "Army Day" celebration week before the election planned for Nov. 29, 1987. That election was disrupted by gunmen who roamed the country shooting up polling places, burning electoral offices and scattering new ballots. Namphy had led the military provisional junta that took over from the Duvalier family and ruled Haiti for two years.
General Henri Namphy at "Army Day" celebration week before the election planned for Nov. 29, 1987. That election was disrupted by gunmen who roamed the country shooting up polling places, burning electoral offices and scattering new ballots. Namphy had led the military provisional junta that took over from the Duvalier family and ruled Haiti for two years. Miami Herald File
General Henri Namphy at "Army Day" celebration week before the election planned for Nov. 29, 1987. That election was disrupted by gunmen who roamed the country shooting up polling places, burning electoral offices and scattering new ballots. Namphy had led the military provisional junta that took over from the Duvalier family and ruled Haiti for two years. Miami Herald File

Henri Namphy, one-time coup leader and Haiti president, dies in Dominican Republic

June 27, 2018 05:48 AM