It is the destiny of the people of Haiti to suffer.
I want to take this opportunity to express, one more time, my deep sadness to those countrymen who feel, rightly, that they were victims of my government.
People of Haiti, I am the heir to the political philosophy, the doctrine and the revolution which my late father incarnated as president-for-life [and] I have decided to continue his work with the same fierce energy and the same intransigence.
When people talk to me about tyranny, it makes me laugh and gives me the impression that people suffer from amnesia.
In 25 years of exile, I've never had a frozen account, either in Switzerland or elsewhere in the world.
I am currently in Haiti to help the Haitian people in their reconstruction.
I'm the one who initiated the democratic process.
I never had the financial means that the media said I had. I laugh when I hear the amounts, $400 million, $800 million. Where do they get this imagination?
All I know is politics. Really, politics takes up most of my time; it's nonstop.
There has not been one day since I left that I have not thought about Haiti.
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