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Jean Bertrand Aristide Net Worth

Jean Bertrand Aristide Net Worth is
$800 Million

Jean Bertrand Aristide Bio/Wiki 2018

Jean Bertrand Aristide comes with an estimated net worth of $800 million. He was ousted twice by a coup d’tat in 1991 and 2004. From 1991 to 1994, the American government ruled the years of military government would count within his period. This compelled him to step down after only two years in service because he was no longer permitted to run to get a second consecutive term.

Jean Bertrand Aristide Net Worth $800 Million

His second period was likewise interrupted by another revolt in the military. He was made to exile from the American military. Ren Prval was twice elected as president, in 1996 and 2005, when Aristide could not run for the place. Before Jean Bertrand Aristide became a politician, Aristide was a Catholic priest of Salesian order. He started school with all the priests of the exact same order. He attended College Notre Dame and graduated with honours in 1974. He studied philosophy in the Grand Seminaire Notre Dame and psychology at the State University of Haiti. In 1979, he finished his post graduate studies and traveled in Europe while studying in Italy, Greece and Israel. In 1982, he returned to Haiti for his ordination as a Salesian priest. He was afterward appointed curate of a small parish in Port-au-Prince. He was responsible in overthrowing the Duvalier family of dictators in 1991 and was chosen as the President to Haiti in the initial democratic election.

Full NameJean-Bertrand Aristide
Net Worth$800 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 15, 1953
Place Of BirthPort-Salut, Haiti
ProfessionFormer President of Haiti
EducationUniversity of South Africa, Université de Montréal, University of Haiti Collège Notre-Dame
SpouseMildred Trouillot
ChildrenMichaelle Aristide, Christine Aristide
MoviesRobinson's Place
1Living in exile in South Africa [January 2006]
2Former President of Haiti (1991),(1994-1996) and (2001-2004), ousted in two coups d'état (1991,2004). The American government ruled that the years of military government between 1991 and 1994 would count as part of his term, forcing him to step down after only two years as he was not permitted to run for a second consecutive term. His second term was also interrupted by a putsch and he was forced into exile by the American military. When he could not run, René Préval was elected president (1996, 2005).


Democracy Now!2010-2011TV SeriesHimself
Aristide and the Endless Revolution2005DocumentaryHimself
Life and Debt2001DocumentaryHimself - President, Haiti
Haiti. Uden titel1995DocumentaryHimself
Hell's Angel1994TV Movie documentaryHimself (as Fr. Jean-Bertrand Aristide)
Haiti: Harvest of Hope1994DocumentaryHimself
Haití: Killing the Dream1992DocumentaryHimself
Reportage am Montag1991TV Series documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Boots on the Ground in Haiti2016DocumentaryHimself

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