Wednesday, March 10, 2004

South Africa is to offer exile to ousted Haitian leader Jean-Bertrand Aristide. This follows a proclamation on Tuesday by the African Union that Aristide had been removed by 'unconstitutional' means.

I must admit that I haven't really been following this story, but it seems clear that Aristide remained leader of Haiti on the sufferance of the US and that the 'constitutionality' of his rule was dubious at best. That said, quite why South Africa should want to get involved in this little saga is a mystery.

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