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22 de Marzo de 2011

La ex primera dama, Mildred Aristide, habla sobre su histórico regreso a Haití: “Aristide está siempre presente en la mente y la historia de los haitianos”


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“Estamos a punto de pisar un terreno que la revolución haitiana y todos los movimientos progresistas del pueblo haitiano han vuelto sagrado”, explica la ex primera dama de Haití, Mildred Aristide, pocos minutos antes de aterrizar en Haití, tras siete años en el exilio en Sudáfrica. En una entrevista exclusiva de Democracy Now!, nos explica: “Aristide como sacerdote, como educador, como presidente y ahora que va a volver a la educación, sigue siendo una persona que siempre, siempre, siempre resiste”.

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