Le ex-presidente de Haiti Aristide anque vole retornar a Haiti.

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, Spanish, English)

Tres dies post le retorno de Jean Claude Duvalier, le ex-presidente de Haiti Jean Bertrand Aristide, exiliate a Sud Africa desde 2004, ha dicite que ille vole retornar a su pais “pro adjuvar”.

Aristide, de 57 annos, publicava un littera in Internet in le qual ille dice que ille vole servir le haitianos como “simple citatano” in le area de education.

Le ex-presidente haitian ha stato a dedicar se al inseniamento in un universitate de Sud Africa.

In 2004 ille fugiva del pais post provocar un rebellion violente. Aristide diceva que ille habeva essite sequestrate per le communitate international.

Duvalier, anque cognoscite como “Baby Doc”, ha essite accusate desde su retorno al pais de crimines de corruption, torturas, e altere crimines contra le humanitate. Ille ha negate su culpabilitate, e su advocato ha dicite que ille ha planos pro retornar al politica.

El ex presidente de Haití Aristide también quiere volver a Haiti.

Tres días después del regreso de Jean Claude Duvalier, el ex presidente haitiano Jean Bertrand Aristide, exiliado en Sudáfrica desde 2004, ha dicho que quiere regresar a su país “para ayudar”.

Aristide, de 57 años, publicó una carta en Internet en la que dice que quiere servir a los haitianos como “simple ciudadano” en el ámbito de la educación.

El ex presidente haitiano se dedica a la enseñanza en una universidad de Sudáfrica.

En 2004, huyó del país tras provocar una rebelión violenta. Aristide dijo que había sido “secuestrado” por la comunidad internacional.

Duvalier, también conocido como “Baby Doc”, ha sido acusado desde su vuelta al país de delitos de corrupción, torturas y otros crímenes contra la humanidad. Él ha negado su culpabilidad, y su abogado ha dicho que planea volver a la política.

Former Haitian President Aristide also wants to return to Haiti.

Three days after the return of Jean Claude Duvalier, former Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide, exiled in South Africa since 2004, has said he wants to return to his country.

Aristide, 57, online published a letter in which he says he wants to serve the Haitian people as an “ordinary citizen” in the area of education.

The former Haitian president has been teaching at a university in South Africa.

In 2004, he fled the country after provoking a violent rebellion. Aristide said he had been “kidnapped” by the international community.

Duvalier, also known as “Baby Doc”, has been charged since his return to the country with crimes of corruption, torture and other criminal offenses against humanity. He has denied his guilt, and his lawyer has said he plans to return to politics.

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