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Haiti elected its new president Michel Martelly after one year of disasters around its country(10 images)

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  • Haiti's president Michelle Martelly during a visit to Santo Domingo February, 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer Martelly "sweet mikey or Tet Kale" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results showed Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • General view of the destroyed national palace in Port-au-Prince December 2010. Popular Haitian compa singer Martelly "sweet mikey or Tet Kale" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results showed Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • A street seller offers his products at the destroyed downtown of Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer Martelly "sweet mikey or Tet Kale" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results showed Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • An artist gives the last touch on a Michel Martelly paint at a street in Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer Martelly "sweet mikey or Tet Kale" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results showed Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • Supporters of Michel Martelly in Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer Martelly "sweet mikey or Tet Kale" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results showed Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • Street vegetables sellers in Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer know as "Sweet Mickey" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results announced by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) late in the evening of 20 April  shows Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • A woman walks at downtown Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer know as "Sweet Mickey" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results announced by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) late in the evening of 20 April  shows Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • People make their way and sell their products at downtown Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer know as "Sweet Mickey" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results announced by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) late in the evening of 20 April  shows Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • People make their way and sell their products at downtown Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer know as "Sweet Mickey" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results announced by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) late in the evening of 20 April  shows Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG
  • A woman sells products at downtown Port-au-Prince March 2011. Popular Haitian compa singer know as "Sweet Mickey" has been declared the next president of the Caribbean volatile country. Official results announced by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) late in the evening of 20 April  shows Mr Martelly won 67.6% of the vote, defeating former first lady Mirlande Manigat. VIEWPRESS/VP
    Michel Mart...JPG