French ambassador in Haiti refuses to shake hands with Jean-Claude Duvalier
This rare diplomatic incident between Didier Le Bret and former tyrant was held on Saturday, before witnesses, in the brothers of St. Louis de Gonzague, on the occasion of the anniversary of the founding of this school congregational flagship
Jean-Claude Duvalier was Saturday at the center of a diplomatic incident with the Brothers of Christian Instruction St. Louis de Gonzague, where the former dictator was denied the handshake he wanted to talk with the ambassador France, Didier Le Bret, reported a privileged witness to Radio Kiskeya.
This scene occurred on the premises of the establishment of a congregation at the memorial of his 122nd birthday, which coincided with the fifty years of religious life of the brother Serge Larose, former head of the institution.
In the audience, the history teacher Agenor Cadet Joshua states that the French diplomat does not simply react negatively to the request of Mr. Duvalier to shake his hand. It is automatically removed to find another place, away from the bulky visitor who was about to sit next to him.