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Olivier Nadal

President

Haiti Chamber of Commerce

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Haiti Chamber of Commerce

Background Information

Employment History

President

Haiti


Head

Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry


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News & Analysis This Month

wehaitians.com [cached]

Olivier Nadal, former president of the Haiti Chamber of Commerce and Industry before he was forced into exile in March 2000, said the escalating unrest is a sign that change is on the horizon.
''The citizens are getting involved and mostly the young,'' said Nadal, who believes that neither Aristide nor the opposition leadership is fit to run the country. ``The people are fed up with the economic and political situation.


HIP Blog

www.haitiinformationproject.net [cached]

They too have also resurfaced in the form of Olivier Nadal, unabashed coup supporter and president of the Haitian Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Nadal claims to have taken refuge in Washington out of fear of reprisals from Aristide, Preval, Lavalas, and the Haitian people. Popular organizations in Haiti have publicly accused Mr. Nadal of involvement in a campaign to force small peasant farmers off their land in the Artibonite Valley in 1995. It resulted in the "sacking and burning of over 100 homes and left several dead" according to the peasant rights organization Tet Kole. Mr. Nadal's departure from Haiti coincided with the shenanigans of American Rice Corporation, owned by the Erly Corporation based in Los Angeles California, whose company representatives staged a dramatic flight from the country after it was revealed they had under claimed imports values to avoid customs fees. Nadal is also the voice closest to the ears of Senator Jesse Helms(R-SC), the powerful chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and is known to have the favor of Congressman Benjamin Gilman (R-NY), chairman of the House International Relations Committee. On May 19, the eve of Haiti's parliamentary elections Nadal stated, " Aristide demonized Haiti's military to a point that no one commented upon its destruction, even though the army was Haiti's only structured element of law-and-order.


HIP Blog

www.haitiinformationproject.net [cached]

They too have also resurfaced in the form of Olivier Nadal, unabashed coup supporter and president of the Haitian Chamber of Commerce.
Popular organizations in Haiti have publicly accused Mr. Nadal of involvement in a campaign to force small peasant farmers off their land in the Artibonite Valley in 1995. It resulted in the "sacking and burning of over 100 homes and left several dead" according to the peasant rights organization Tet Kole. Mr. Nadal's departure from Haiti coincided with the shenanigans of American Rice Corporation, owned by the Erly Corporation based in Los Angeles California, whose company representatives staged a dramatic flight from the country after it was revealed they had under claimed imports values to avoid customs fees. Nadal is also the voice closest to the ears of Senator Jesse Helms(R-SC), the powerful chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and is known to have the favor of Congressman Benjamin Gilman (R-NY), chairman of the House International Relations Committee. On May 19, the eve of Haiti's parliamentary elections Nadal stated, " Aristide demonized Haiti's military to a point that no one commented upon its destruction, even though the army was Haiti's only structured element of law-and-order.


cpjc.cooperativeresearch.org

Attending the event are some questionable figures including Stanley Lucas and Olivier Nadal.Nadal is a Miami-based Haitian businessman and the former president of the Haitian Chamber of Commerce. [Haiti Democracy Project, 11/20/2004]Nadal is implicated in a peasant massacre that occurred in the Haitian town of Piatre.In 1990, a group of peasants were killed by Nadal's security after they squatted on unused land that he owned. [Haiti Progres, 7/21/1999; National Coalition for Haitian Rights, 4/24/2004]Entity Tags: Stanley Lucas, Luigi Einaudi, Rudolph Boulos, Ernest H. Preeg, Lawrence Pezzullo, Roger Francisco Noriega, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, James Morrell, Orlando Marville, Charles Manus, Haiti Democracy Project, Olivier Nadal, Jean Dominique, Vicki Carney, Henry F. Carey, Timothy Carney, Ira Lowenthal, Lionel Delatour, Clotilde Charlot, Antoine Izmery


Lawrence Pezzullo

www.cooperativeresearch.org [cached]

[Haiti Democracy Project, 11/20/2004] Attending the event are some questionable figures including Stanley Lucas and Olivier Nadal.Nadal is a Miami-based Haitian businessman and the former president of the Haitian Chamber of Commerce. [Haiti Democracy Project, 11/20/2004] Nadal is implicated in a peasant massacre that occurred in the Haitian town of Piatre.People and organizations involved: Antoine Izmery, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Olivier Nadal, Haiti Democracy Project, Vicki Carney, Jean Dominique, Henry F. Carey, Rudolph Boulos, Stanley Lucas, Luigi Einaudi, Timothy Carney, Roger Francisco Noriega, Ernest H. Preeg, Lawrence Pezzullo, James Morrell, Orlando Marville, Clotilde Charlot, Lionel Delatour, Ira Lowenthal, Charles Manus


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