Rene Preval Photos

Here are some photos of Haiti President Rene Preval during his 2006-2011 administration

President Preval, Presidential Candidate

President Preval, Presidential Candidate

Leading Haitian presidential candidate Rene Preval is seen during a press conference at his residence in Pettionville, urging Haitian to remain calm as the final results of the elections are completed.
Photo: Newsday / Moises Saman

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Rene Preval Sworn in

Rene Preval Sworn in

Rene Preval sworn in as Haiti's new president, pledges to unite the country

Haitian President Rene Preval in Port-au-Prince, Sunday. (CP/Fred Chartrand)

20:13:07 EDT May 14, 2006

Haitian President Rene Preval in Port-au-Prince, Sunday. (CP/Fred Chartrand)

SYLVAIN LAROCQUE

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti 20:13:07 EDT May 14, 2006 (CP) - Rene Preval, the only elected president in Haiti's history to finish his term, was sworn in Sunday to again lead the impoverished country in its latest attempt at democracy after decades of armed uprisings, lawlessness and foreign intervention.

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Rene Preval and Michaelle Jean

Rene Preval and Michaelle Jean

Haitian President Rene Preval (R) is greeted by the Governor General of Canada Michaelle Jean (L) during the official greeting prior to the opening of the 12th Francophonie Summit, a Conference of Heads of State and Government of Countries Using French as a Common Language, held every two years, 17 October 2008 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

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Rene Preval, Jesse Jackson, and Fritz Longchamps at Palais National Haiti

Rene Preval, Jesse Jackson, and Fritz Longchamps at Palais National Haiti

US civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks with Haitian Foreign Minister Fritz Longchamps(R) and President Rene Preval(C) following a press conference April 29, 2008 at the presidential palace in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Jackson is on a three-day visit to assess relief efforts following deadly food riots. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

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Presidents Rene Preval, Raul Castro, Daniel Ortega, and Leonel Fernandez

Presidents Rene Preval, Raul Castro, Daniel Ortega, and Leonel Fernandez

Cuba's acting President Raul Castro (C-front) talks to Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega (L), Haiti's President Rene Preval (C) and President Leonel Fernandez (R) from Dominican Republic before the official photo of a summit of Petrocaribe in Cienfuegos, Cuba December 21, 2007. A dozen heads of state are gathering to attend the opening of a Soviet-era refinery that was refurbished by Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA. Photo: Reuters

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Governor General Michaelle Jean and President Rene Preval

Governor General Michaelle Jean and President Rene Preval

Governor General Michaelle Jean, left, accompanied by Haiti's President Rene Preval, attends a welcoming ceremony upon her arrival in Port-au-Prince, Thursday, Jan. 15, 2009. Jean is on a four-day official visit to Haiti. (AP Photo / Ariana Cubillos)

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Rene Preval and Hugo Chavez

Rene Preval and Hugo Chavez

Picture of Haitian President Rene Preval and Venezuela Pesident Hugo Chavez

source: espacinsular.org

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President Preval Drives President Clinton

President Preval Drives President Clinton

Here is a photo of President Preval Driving President Clinton to Gonaives in Haiti

In this image released by the United Nations, Haiti's President Rene Preval drives former U.S. President and new special UN envoy to Haiti, Bill Clinton to visit an emergency hospital in Gonaives, Haiti, Tuesday, July 7, 2009. Clinton is on a two-day official visit to Haiti.

(AP Photo/ United Nations, Marco Dormino)

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Bill Clinton and the Haitian people

Bill Clinton and the Haitian people

Here is a photo of President Bill Clinton in Haiti

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President Rene Preval

President Rene Preval

Here is a photo of Haitian President Rene Preval

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