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Boniface Alexandre

(b. 1936) is currently the acting president of Haiti. Following the resignation of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on February 29, 2004, Alexandre, as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and therefore next in the presidential line of succession, assumed the office of president.



Alexandre was raised by his uncle, former Haitian Prime Minister Martial Celestin. He trained as a lawyer and worked for 25 years for Cabinet Lamarre, a Port-au-Prince law firm specializing in business contracts and divorce settlements.



In the 1990s, Alexandre was appointed to Haiti's Supreme Court, and in 2002, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide appointed him Chief Justice. As Chief Justice, he had a reputation for fairness in a judicial system widely regarded as corrupt. He has promised to fight incompetence and corruption in the courts of Haiti.

Boniface Alexandre

(b. 1936) is currently the acting president of Haiti. Following the resignation of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide on February 29, 2004, Alexandre, as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and therefore next in the presidential line of succession, assumed the office of president.

Alexandre was raised by his uncle, former Haitian Prime Minister Martial Celestin. He trained as a lawyer and worked for 25 years for Cabinet Lamarre, a Port-au-Prince law firm specializing in business contracts and divorce settlements.

In the 1990s, Alexandre was appointed to Haiti's Supreme Court, and in 2002, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide appointed him Chief Justice. As Chief Justice, he had a reputation for fairness in a judicial system widely regarded as corrupt. He has promised to fight incompetence and corruption in the courts of Haiti.

Boniface Alexandre

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Following Aristide's removal, Justice Boniface Alexandre assumed office as acting president. Alexandre appealed to the UN for help in ending the violence that had gripped Haiti in the wake of the political revolt, causing crime and murder rates to spiral. MINUSTAH, launched on June 1, 2004, in response to ...
The result was to plunge the country into further uncertainty and to bring into office a new president, Boniface Alexandre. MINUSTAH was designed to support the new president's authority to govern, and a 7,000-strong task force, led by Brazil, was sent to secure the country. However, violence remained ...

Anel Alexis Joseph, former judge of the Court of Appeal of Port-au-Prince, before replacing Georges Moses that provided since 2004 as interim president of the highest court of the country, has filled a vacuum that existed head of the Supreme Court since the departure of Mr. Boniface Alexandre. After his ...
As part of the national reconciliation, the President Michel Martelly, was received yesterday Friday at the private residence of Mr. Boniface Alexandre, former leader of the country during the transition period after the departure of President Jean Bertrand Aristide. This is the fourth meeting with a former Head ...
Boniface Alexandre, former Provisional President of Haiti (2004 to 2006, after the fall of J. Bertrand Aristide), said fear that the current political crisis, degenerate into a social situation uncontrollable. "The electoral process, to the phase where it is, may lead to civil war whose we will all both responsible and ...
The Council's action followed an appeal by Haiti's acting President, Boniface Alexandre, for urgent international support in restoring peace and security. Adopting a resolution under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, which allows for the use of military power, the Council mandated the operation to contribute to ...

Haiti's Supreme Court Chief Justice Boniface Alexandre was installed as the nation's president in a transitional government, as mandated by Haiti's constitution. Aristide's destination was not yet known. Earlier, officials in the Dominican Republic said they expected his arrival there. But Dominican officials in ...
The result was to plunge the country into further uncertainty and to bring into office a new president, Boniface Alexandre. MINUSTAH was ...
... of the highest court of the country, has filled a vacuum that existed head of the Supreme Court since the departure of Mr. Boniface Alexandre.
Monday, former Minister of Justice and Public Security under Presidents Boniface Alexandre and Jean Bertrand Aristide, Me Louis Gary ...
As part of the national reconciliation, the President Michel Martelly, was received yesterday Friday at the private residence of Mr. Boniface ...
Boniface Alexandre, former Provisional President of Haiti (2004 to 2006, after the fall of J. Bertrand Aristide), said fear that the current political ...
Three former Haitian presidents - Michel Martely, Jocelerme Privert and Boniface Alexandre - attended the funeral along with foreign diplomats and representatives of international organizations.
Three former Haitian presidents -- Michel Martelly, Jocelerme Privert and Boniface Alexandre -- attended the funeral along with foreign diplomats and representatives of international organizations.
Thousands of people from around Haiti have gathered in a park in the capital for the state funeral of former president Rene Preval.
Three former Haitian presidents - Michel Martelly, Jocelerme Privert and Boniface Alexandre - attended the funeral along with foreign diplomats and representatives of international organizations.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Boniface Alexandre replaces him as the nation's president in a transitional government, as mandated by Haiti's constitution.

... Court of Appeal of Port-au-Prince, before replacing Georges Moses that provided since 2004 as interim president of the highest court of the country, has filled a vacuum that existed head of the Supreme Court since the departure of Mr. Boniface ...
So far, 3 of them gave their agreement of principle : the former President Ertha Pascal-Trouillot (March 1990 - February 1991); former President Boniface Alexandre (March 2004 - February 2006) and former President Prosper Avril (September 1989 - March ...
Supreme Court Chief Justice Boniface Alexandre replaces him as the nation's president in a transitional government, as mandated by Haiti's constitution.
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) - Former justice and Public Security minister, Louis Gary Lissade, has died after a prolonged illness.
He was particularly barrister of lawyers of Port-au-Prince (1990-1994) and Minister of Justice and Public Security under the administrations of Jean Bertrand Aristide and Boniface Alexandre. Me Lissade is the author of the book entitled "Recherche d ...
Supreme Court Chief Justice Boniface Alexandre replaces him as the nation's president in a transitional government, as mandated by Haiti's constitution.


 

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