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Features and Portraits of the Haiti's new president Michel Martelly in Dominican Republic(8 images)

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  • Michelle Martelly speaks as he offers a press conference during his visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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  • Michelle Martelly while he offers a press conference during his visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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  • Michelle Martelly while he offers a press conference during his visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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  • Michelle Martelly before he offers a press conference during his visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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  • Michelle Martelly speaks as he offers a press conference during his visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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  • Michelle Martelly while he offers a press conference during his visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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  • Michelle Martelly speaks as he offers a press conference during his visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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  • Michelle Martelly speaks with Dominican Republic President Leonel Fernandez while he visit to Santo Domingo on February 28, 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//Kena Betancur
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