Jean-Claude Duvalier


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Noun1.Jean-Claude Duvalier - son and successor of Francois Duvalier as president of Haiti; he was overthrown by a mass uprising in 1986 (born in 1951)
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Dictators, such as Ferdinand Marcos, Chile's Augusto Pinochet, Haiti's Jean-Claude Duvalier, and Paraguay's Alfredo Stroessner were all thrown out by the Reagan administration when it buried the Kirkpatrick Doctrine of the early 1980s, which supported repressive dictatorships.
1986 - Haiti's president for life Jean-Claude Duvalier goes into exile.
Having been sidelined for decades, the FAd'H first regained stature in 1986, after Jean-Claude Duvalier was toppled by a popular uprising.
They were part of a diaspora seeking to escape the brutal and repressive regime of Jean-Claude Duvalier, who was the successor to his brutal father.
Prior to the 2000 election, the country had been under the control of military rulers and before that the Francois 'Papa Doc' and Jean-Claude Duvalier dynasty.
Mother Teresa was controversial and was criticised for taking donations for her work from Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier, American financier Charles Keating and tycoon Robert Maxwell.
When Jean-Claude Duvalier returned to Haiti after two decades of living in France, he was promptly arrested for his crimes in office, and clapped in jail where he died of a heart attack.
At 19, Jean-Claude Duvalier became the world's youngest president.
Au total, depuis 2003, la Suisse a rendu quelque 1,8 milliard de francs suisses (1,5 milliard d'euros) lies a l'ex-president philippin Ferdinand Marcos, au Nigerian Sani Abacha, au Peruvien Vladimir Montesinos et au Haitien Jean-Claude Duvalier. Cela represente plus d'un quart du total mondial des fonds restitues, estimes entre 4 et 5 milliards USD.
Dominique, who was exiled during the government of ex-dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier, was known for being outspoken.
In 1987, however, one year after the overthrow of dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier, the new Haitian Constitution made Kreyol one of Haiti's two official languages.
In 1986, after dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier was whisked out of Haiti on a U.S.

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