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    Tèt Ansanm

    Tèt Ansanm is a political party in Haiti. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 2.4% of the popular vote and no Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won no seats.
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    Independent Movement for National Reconciliation

    The Independent Movement for National Reconciliation (Mouvement Indépendant pour la Réconcilation Nationale, MIRN) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Luc Fleurinord won 1,9 % of the popular vote. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 1.85% of the popular vote and 1 out of 30 Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 1 out of 99 seats.
    8.75
    4 votes
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    APPA

    Peasant Affair with the Haitian People (APPA) is a Haitian democratic political party founded in September 1999. APPA stands for freedom, development of the country and participation of everyone in the democratic process. The secretary general Lucien Petit, a political scientist, believes that the country will only head toward a positive direction if the people unite together.
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    Broad Centre Right Front

    The Broad Centre Right Front (Grand Front Centre Droit)) is a political party in Haiti. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 2.1% of the popular vote and no Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won no seats.
    8.33
    3 votes
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    Fanmi Lavalas

    Fanmi Lavalas is a leftist political party in Haiti. Its leader is former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. It has been a powerful force in Haitian politics since 1991. Fanmi Lavalas governments supported a policy of "growth with equity" based on Caribbean and Western European social democratic principles. Fanmi Lavalas governments have invested in education and health care and refused International Monetary Fund austerity measures. Fanmi Lavalas was formed in 1996 as a split by Aristide and the poor masses from the smaller Struggling People's Party. Two main reasons for its creation are known: (1) to allow the Lavalas movement to remain inclusive while opposing the neo-liberal policies of the foreign-influenced OPL; (2) to prevent rival politicians from taking over the movement's leadership from Aristide and other more left-wing leaders. The Haitian military overthrew Aristide's first government in 1991. "Fanmi Lavalas" may be roughly translated into English as "Avalanche Family" or "Waterfall Family" (referring to the Biblical flood), but the name is almost never completely translated from Kréyòl, although it is sometimes given as "Lavalas Family". Elections were set for
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    Haiti in Action

    Haiti in Action (previously L'Artibonite in Action (Haitian Creole: L'Ayiti an Aksyon/Latibonit an Aksyon, French: Haiti en Action/L’Artibonite en Action) is a political party in Haiti. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 2.7% of the popular vote and two out of 30 Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 5 out of 99 seats.
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    Haitian Trade Union Coordination

    The Haitian Trade Union Coordination (CSH) is a trade union structure in Haiti. It collects together 14 established unions. See Coordination Syndicale Haïtienne (CSH). This was the primary labor organization that backed the overthrow of Haiti's democratically elected government. It was heavily financed by foreign aid organizations and attempted to group labor groups, often those who did not take part in its meetings or refused to join its protests. It has essentially worked as a shell organization for elites intent on undermining Haitian democracy.
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    Respect

    Respect (Respè) (Regwoupman Sitwayen Pou Espwa) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Charles Henri Baker won 8,24 % of the popular vote. Charles Henri Baker is running for President of Haiti in the November 28, 2010, Haiti elections.
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    3 votes
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    National Reconstruction Movement

    The National Reconstruction Movement (Mouvman pou Rekonstriksyon Nasyonal / Mouvement pour la Reconstruction Nationale)is a political party in Haiti. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 1 out of 99 seats.
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    Christian Movement for a New Haiti

    The Christian Movement for a New Haiti (Mouvement Chrétien pour Batir une Nouvelle Haïti) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Luc Mesadieu won 3,35 % of the popular vote. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 4.9 % of the popular vote and no Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 3 out of 99 seats.
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    2 votes
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    Democratic Alliance Party

    The Democratic Alliance Party (Alyans) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Evans Paul won 2.5% of the popular vote. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 6.1% of the popular vote and 1 out of 30 Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 10 out of 99 seats.
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    Lespwa

    Fwon Lespwa is a Haitian political coalition headed by René Préval, who served as president from 1996 to 2001 and from 2006 to 2011. The name Lespwa is the Haitian Creole form of the French l'espoir, meaning "hope". The coalition's full French name is Front de l'Espoir (Hope Front). Lespwa includes many members and former members of the last democratically elected government of Jean Bertrand Aristide and his Fanmi Lavalas (Waterfall Family). USAID and the IRI attempted to form a rump Lavalas organization with Marc Bazin, but Aristide along with nearly all of Fanmi Lavalas refused to recognize Bazin's candidacy. While publicly boycotting the elections, Lavalas overwhelmingly supported the election of René Préval, which it saw as a return to peace and democracy. At the February 2006 presidential election, Préval was the Lespwa candidate. With 90% of the vote counted by February 13, he was leading with 49% of the vote. On February 16, 2006, Préval was declared the winner with 51.21% of the vote, once a number of uncounted voters were tabulated. Supporters of Lespwa found a massive dump of burned charred voting cards marked for Preval. A massive persecution upon supporters of the
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    2 votes
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    Popular Socialist Party

    Popular Socialist Party (in French: Parti Socialiste Populaire) was a communist political party in Haiti. PSP was founded in 1946. It was led by Anthony Lespès, and later Étienne Charlier. PSP took part in the presidential elections of 1946. The party was suppressed by the regime in 1948. PSP published La Nation.
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    2 votes
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    Haitian Workers Party

    Haitian Workers Party (in French: Parti des Travailleurs Haïtiens, abbreviated PTA) was a communist party in Haiti. It was founded in 1966.
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    Rally of Progressive National Democrats

    The Rally of Progressive National Democrats (Rassemblement des Démocrates Nationaux Progressistes, RDNP) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Leslie Manigat won 12.4 % of the popular vote. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 10.7 % of the popular vote and only 1 out of 30 Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 1 out of 99 seats.
    5.33
    3 votes
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    Justice for Peace and Development

    Justice for Peace and Development (Justice pour la Paix et le Développement) is a political party in Haiti. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 3.3% of the popular vote and no Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won no seats.
    4.67
    3 votes
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    Struggling People's Organization

    The Struggling People's Organization (French: Organisation du peuple en lutte, Haitian Creole: Òganizasyon Pèp Kap Lité, OPL) is a Haitian political party originating from the Lavalas political movement. The OPL grew apart from Lavalas gradually during the 1990s before making a final break in 1997, when the party's name was changed from Organisation Politique Lavalas to its present appellation. The split of Fanmi Lavalas from OPL meant that the new Lavalas (or Fanmi Lavalas) would have few of the intelligentsia that had at one time supported Aristide. The OPL formed a majority of the Haitian Parliament from 1995 to 1997, and named Rosny Smarth as Prime Minister. The OPL was an important supporter of privatization and economic austerity measures, looking to lay off thousands of public sector workers to please international financial institutions. After being declared the losers of the 1997 legislative elections, the OPL denounced the results as fraudulent. OPL has been heavily financed by foreign governmental agencies and took part in the destabilization campaign against Haiti's constitutional government (2001-2004). In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate
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    3 votes
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    Fusion of Haitian Social Democrats

    The Fusion of Haitian Social Democrats (Haitian Creole: Fuzyon Sosyodemokrat Ayiti, IPA: [fuzjɔ̃ sosjodemokɣat ajiti]; French: Fusion des Sociaux-Démocrates Haïtienne, IPA: [fyzjɔ̃ de sɔsjodemɔkʁat a.isjɛn]) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Serge Gilles won 2,62 % of the popular vote. In the 7 February 2006 Senate elections, the party won 9.9 % of the popular vote and 4 out of 30 Senators, taking second place. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 17 out of 99 seats, also second place. It now forms part of the governing coalition under former Prime Minister Michele Pierre-Louis. Formed in 2005 out of the fusion of social-democrats, its core platforms are equality of the genders, promotion of youth, respect for human rights, more accountability for MINUSTAH, and the rule of law promoting democracy and non-violence. The party is a member of the Socialist International.
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    2 votes
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    Pont

    Pont is a political party in Haiti. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 1.1% of the popular vote and one Senator. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won no seats.
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    2 votes
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    Haitian Communist Party

    Haitian Communist Party (French: Parti Communiste Haïtien, Creole: Pati Kominis Ayisyen) was a political party in Haiti, founded in 1934 by Jacques Roumain. Roumain was the general secretary of the party. In 1936 the party was disbanded by the president of the country, Sténio Vincent.
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    2 votes
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    Mobilization for Haitian Progress

    The Mobilization for Haitian Progress (Mobilisation pour le Progrès Haïtien) is a political party in Haiti. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 3.7% of the popular vote and no Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 3 out of 99 seats.
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    1 votes
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    National Reconstruction Front

    The National Reconstruction Front (Front pour la Reconstruction Nationale, FRN) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Guy Philippe won 1,97 % of the popular vote. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 2.4% of the popular vote and no Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 1 out of 99 seats.
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    1 votes
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    Christian National Union for the Reconstruction of Haiti

    The Christian National Union for the Reconstruction of Haiti (Union Nationale Chrétienne pour la Reconstruction d’Haiti) is a political party in Haiti. In the presidential elections of 7 February 2006, its candidate Jean Chavannes Jeune won 5,6% of the popular vote. The party won in the 7 February 2006 Senate elections 4.3 % of the popular vote and 2 out of 30 Senators. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 12 out of 99 seats.
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    1 votes
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    Cooperative Action to Build Haiti

    The Cooperative Action to Build Haiti (Haitian Creole: Konbit pou Rebati Ayiti / French: Coumbite pour Reconstruire Haïti) is a political party in Haiti. In the 7 February and 21 April 2006 Chamber of Deputies elections, the party won 1 out of 99 seats.
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    1 votes
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    Meds & Food for Kids

    Meds & Food for Kids (or MFK) was founded in 2004 by Patricia B. Wolff, MD, a pediatrician in private practice in St. Louis, Missouri and a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine. MFK works to combat childhood malnutrition and related diseases in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Meds & Food for Kids uses a new peanut-based feeding approach called Ready-to-Use Therapeutic food (RUTF), known as Medika Mamba (Haitian Creole for "Peanut Butter Medicine"). RUTF brings malnourished children back from the brink of death, and currently MFK is the only organization working to combat malnutrition in Haiti through RUTF. In the impoverished country of Haiti, toddlers are the losers in a family's daily struggle to feed everyone. One-quarter of children ages 1 to 3 are dangerously malnourished. They are caught in the middle as older siblings grab what little there is to eat, and infants survive on breast milk. Malnourished children soon become lethargic, their bodies bloat, and their hair turns orange due to trace mineral deficiency. Malaria or pneumonia may invade their weakened immune systems. Meds & Food for Kids uses Ready-to-Use
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