Democracy Now! in Port-Au-Prince: Patrick Elie on Haiti Six Months After the EarthquakeQuicklink submitted by Mac McKinney Permalink
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|Haiti remains a nation in ruins, six months after one of the world's worst natural disasters killed more than 300,000 people. Thousands of bodies still lay under rubble. We begin today's show in Port-Au-Prince outside what remains of the Montana Hotel where some 200 people died in the earthquake. We speak to Patrick Elie, a longtime Haitian democracy activist and Haiti's former Secretary of State for Public Security.|
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