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.
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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