Aristide Jean-Bertrand

Ar·is·tide

 (är′ĭs-tēd′, ä′rēs-), Jean-Bertrand Born 1953.
Haitian priest and politician who in 1991 became the first elected president of Haiti. Having spent most of his first term in exile in the United States, he was restored to power by US troops (1994), served until 1996, and again from 2001 to 2004, before a civil rebellion forced him once again into exile.
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