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Who is Robert Malval?
Robert Malval was the prime minister of Haiti from August 30, 1993 to November 8, 1994.
- born on (72 years ago) in Port-au-Prince
- education: University of Miami
- profession: Politician, businessperson
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by James Ciment, Kenneth Hill
While the new prime minister, businessman Robert Malval, was being installed on September 2, plain-clothes police clubbed a crowd of 150 people chanting pro-Aristide slogans. OAS envoy Caputo charged that police chief Michel Frangois ...
by James Ciment
While Aristide«s new prime minister, businessman Robert Malval, was being installed on September 2, plainclothes police clubbed a crowd of 150 people chanting pro-Aristide slogans. Prime Minister Malval was helpless. The army refused ...
by Anne Kerr, Edmund Wright
Prime Minister, Robert Malval, in August 1993. An upsurge in army and policesponsored violence, however, prevented Aristide's return, while international sanctions held the economy in a state of crisis. In September 1994 US troops landed ...
by Michael R. Hall
Bazin's duties as prime minister were turned over to Robert Malval on 30 August 1993. A vocal critic of Aristide, Bazin wrote numerous articles for the Haitian press, especially the newspaper Le Nouvelliste, which criticized the political agenda ...
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