A Haitian photojournalist, Thony Bélizaire covered the news in his country for 35 years. From coups, military regimes, the Tontons Macoutes, the rise to power and exile of different presidents, earthquakes and cultural events, his photographs document the transformation of this complex country on the road to democracy.
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