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Haiti - Culture : Martelly... Sweet Micky back on stage for education
22/09/2011 15:24:17

Haiti - Culture : Martelly...  Sweet Micky back on stage for education
The President Michel Martelly announced this Thursday he'll return to the stage briefly in December for a concert where he hopes to raise $10 million for schools in Haiti.

Michel Martelly, the singer became President of Haiti, said he hopes to persuade officials from the U.N. and the neighboring Dominican Republic to buy plenty of tickets for this event to be held in Port-au-Prince on 23 December.

"I remain close to my people," Martelly told The Associated Press on the eve of his first address to the United Nations. "I keep singing with them."

Sitting in the presidential suite of a midtown hotel, Martelly insisted when he is on stage, "there will not be as President of Haiti. It will be Sweet Micky."

Michel Martelly who played this morning before journalists, a few chords on the piano of his suite acknowledged that it hasn't been all fun since he was elected in the spring.

Speaking of the presence of the Minustah in Haiti, the President of the Republic declared "I think that the absence of our own defense, our own army, justifies its existence", specify that the fact of assume the presidency made ​​him change his mind about certain things, including the opinion that he had, that the UN troops in Haiti should leave.

Michel Martelly talks about his Show of 23 December :

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