Situation of Human Rights and Democracy in Haiti
The Republic of Haiti's political crisis remains un-resolved today. The country has been unstable for the past two centuries beginning when Haiti's nearly half million slaves revolted to become the first black republic to declare its independence from France in 1804. After years of internal upheaval, prolonged struggle and political mismanagement, the internal stability has become fragile and delicate. However, in 1987 Haiti got a constitution that was suspended the following year, yet the return of the constitutional rule took place on October in 1994 after the continuous change in the ruling parties.
Haiti is located in the Caribbean and occupies the western one-third of the island of Hispaniola, between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean and in the west of the Dominican Republic.
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