Jean-Claude Duvalier


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son and successor of Francois Duvalier as president of Haiti

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Since the Jean-Claude Duvalier era, neoliberal policies have also favored the development of the garment and textile industry as the prime vehicle for Haitian "industrialization.
El quinto dictador incluido en el texto es Jean-Claude Duvalier (1951), "Baby Doc", el hijo de Francois Duvalier.
By 1985, it was clear that the 30-year dictatorial regime of Francois Duvalier and his son Jean-Claude Duvalier was nearing its end.
Haiti's justice system, long an instrument of official impunity for the rich, powerful and well-connected, is busy whitewashing the human rights crimes committed under the country's former dictator and ''president for life,'' Jean-Claude Duvalier.
Jean-Claude Duvalier was 19-years-old when he inherited the title of president-for-life from his father, Francois 'Papa Doc' Duvalier, who had ruled Haiti since 1957.
Scholarly study of 20th century Haiti clusters around the American Occupation (1915-1934) and the regimes of Francois Duvalier (1957-1971) and Jean-Claude Duvalier (1971-1986).
The age before international tribunals saw many dictators, the tide having turned against them, disappear into peaceful exile; among them, late Ugandan leader Idi Amin, Ethiopia's Mengistu Haile Mariam, now in Zimbabwe, and Jean-Claude Duvalier who recently returned to Haiti from 25 years French exile.
A CONFIDENTIAL 2006 cable from the US embassy in Haiti, subsequently made public by WikiLeaks, said that the United States viewed the possible return of either of the two exiled Haitian ex-presidents, Jean-Bertrand Aristide or Jean-Claude Duvalier, as "unhelpful".
Jose Miguel Vivanco, director of Human Rights Watch's American Division, on the sudden return of former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier, known as Baby Doc, to the Caribbean nation, after more than 24 years in exile
Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier has apologised to the victims of his 15-year regime and said he had returned back to Haiti to work for national reconciliation.
Summary: Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier has offered his sympathies to those who suffered abuses under his rule.
Pasado un ano de aquel 12 de enero de 2010, cuando Puerto Principe y sus alrededores fueron sacudidos por un violento terremoto que acabo con centenares de miles de vidas y edificaciones, el pueblo haitiano enfrenta una nueva calamidad, que se suma a los huracanes, colera y elecciones: el regreso de Jean-Claude Duvalier.
Clasificado en el lugar numero 153 del indice de desarrollo humano sobre 177, la patria del tristemente famoso dictador Francois Duvalier, mejor conocido como Papa Doc que goberno el pais sanguinariamente desde 1957 hasta 1974 --cuando murio y le sucedio en el poder su hijo Jean-Claude Duvalier, Baby Doc-- utilizando a su banda de asesinos llamados Tonton Macoutes que ademas del terror se valian del vudu para dominar al pueblo, registra los peores indices regionales de natalidad infantil y en analfabetismo.
12) In the late 1970s, the ONAAC (13) spelling became widely used and that spelling was officialized by the Jean-Claude Duvalier government in 1983.
In the early 1990s, Kroll gained worldwide renown for his firm's success in searching for assets hidden by Haiti's Jean-Claude Duvalier, Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos of the Philippines and Saddam Hussein.
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