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President  Leslie Manigat
Role  Haitian Politician
Name  Mirlande Manigat

Succeeded by  Henri Namphy
Preceded by  Henri Namphy
Spouse  Leslie Manigat
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Born  November 3, 1940 (age 75) Miragoane, Haiti (1940-11-03)
Political party  Rally of Progressive National Democrats
Party  Rally of Progressive National Democrats
Education  University of Paris, Sorbonne
Similar People  Leslie Manigat, Jude Celestin, Michel Martelly, Rene Preval, Jean‑Bertrand Aristide

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Mirlande Manigat (born Mirlande Hyppolite in Miragoâne, on November 3, 1940) is a Haitian politician and candidate in the 2010 presidential election. She is the widow of former president Leslie Manigat.


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2010 presidential election

Mirlande Manigat was the presidential candidate for the Rally of Progressive National Democrats (RDNP) centre-right party. On October 18, 2010, Dr. Manigat also received the endorsement of the Collectif pour le Renouveau Haïtien (COREH).

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Her platform for the presidency included a focus on education of the youth of Haiti, and lifting the long-standing and restrictive constitutional conditions on dual nationality. She specifically promoted opening government positions for members of the Haitian diaspora. Manigat also aimed for a more independent Haitian state, one less reliant upon and subject to foreign governments and NGOs.

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Like 2010 presidential candidate Michel Martelly, Manigat initially called for November 28, 2010 presidential votes to be canceled given the widespread allegations of fraud in the first round, but backtracked after reports surfaced that she had polled well.


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