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The President of Haiti is the head of state of the Republic of Haiti. Haiti ( English: ˈheɪ·tiː or haɪ·ˈjiː·tiː French Haïti a·i·ti Haitian Creole: Politics of Haiti takes place in a framework of a presidential Republic, pluriform multiparty system whereby the President of Haiti is Head of state The Constitution of Haiti ( French: Constitution d'Haïti) most commonly refers to the present-day Constitution of Haiti, which was modeled after those René Garcia Préval ( IPA: /ʀəne pʀeval/ (born January 17, 1943) is a Haitian politician and Agronomist who has been The Prime Minister of Haiti is the Head of government of the country of Haiti. The National Assembly of Haiti (Assemblée Nationale constitutes the legislative branch of the Haitian government This is a list of the current 129 members of the National Assembly of Haiti. The Senate of Haiti (Sénat is the Upper house of Haiti 's Bicameral Legislature, the National Assembly. The 2004 Haiti coup was a regime overthrow that happened as the result of conflicts fought for several weeks in Haiti during February 2004 Political parties in Haiti lists political parties in Haiti. Haiti is a country in transition to Democracy. Elections in Haiti gives information on Election and election results in Haiti. Haiti 's general elections of 2000 featured elections for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate on May 21 as well as a presidential race in November The 2006 Elections in Haiti, to replace the interim government of Gérard Latortue put in place after the 2004 Haiti rebellion, were delayed four Administrative divisions of Haiti may refer to Departments of Haiti Arrondissements and communes of Haiti Haïti is one of the original members of the United Nations and several of its specialized and related agencies as well as a member of the Organization of American States Between 1999 and 2004 no new foreign aid to Haïti was sent because political instability made it unlikely that aid would be distributed properly Information on politics by country is available for every Country, including both De jure and De facto independent Head of state is the generic term for the individual or collective office that serves as the chief public representative of a Monarchic or Republican Nation-state Haiti ( English: ˈheɪ·tiː or haɪ·ˈjiː·tiː French Haïti a·i·ti Haitian Creole: Presidents are elected by popular vote to five-year terms and may serve no more than two terms. Each term begins and ends on the first February 7 after presidential elections are held. Events 457 - Leo I becomes emperor of the Byzantine Empire. 1074 - Battle of Montesarchio in which the Prince The current president is René Préval, who took office in 2006. René Garcia Préval ( IPA: /ʀəne pʀeval/ (born January 17, 1943) is a Haitian politician and Agronomist who has been He had previously served as president from 1996 to 2001. Since Préval has met the two-term limit, a new president is expected to take office on February 7, 2011. Events 457 - Leo I becomes emperor of the Byzantine Empire. 1074 - Battle of Montesarchio in which the Prince 2011 ( MMXI) will be a Common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar.